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Excuse Me, Sire…

Excuse Me, Sire…

Posted on 7th June 2021

Pangolins are an easy target for memes on the internet. Their posture makes them look like they are always about to deliver some bad news. But they are also an easy target for poachers. In fact, Pangolins are one of the most trafficked mammals in the world!

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Tidal Talk

Tidal Talk

Posted on 4th May 2021

Humankind has been using water to support our everyday lives for thousands of years. One of the most common and historic methods for using water to support our everyday lives is by using it to power watermills. Watermills were originally designed by the Greeks and have evolved as technology and knowledge has advanced through the ages. The concept of watermills, which are usually found alongside flowing rivers, is to run water through a water wheel that drives machinery for milling or hammering. However, watermills have since evolved; dams are the modern day watermills and are commonly used to generate electricity, known as hydropower.

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 Understanding the New UK Emissions Trading Scheme with John Field

Understanding the New UK Emissions Trading Scheme with John Field

Posted on 29th March 2021

John Field is Director of Native-Hue Ltd, an energy management consultancy, and a past president of CIBSE. John studied physics at Cambridge University completing a BA Honours and MA.

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The Dark Side of Your Fish Dish

The Dark Side of Your Fish Dish

Posted on 1st December 2020

Over 500 North Korean fishing boats have been found washed up on the shores of Japan, often containing dead fisherman, over the last 5 years. These washed up vessels have been labelled “Ghost Boats”. The dead bodies aboard these ships were often decomposed beyond recognition, but it was expected that they died of starvation, hypothermia or dehydration. North Korean fishing vessels are relatively small. With a distance of 600 miles (965km) between North Korea and Japan, it raises the question of why these fishermen would risk travelling so far from their own shores.

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It's World Cogeneration Day

It's World Cogeneration Day

Posted on 4th September 2020

It is probably something you weren’t aware even existed but world cogeneration day is slowly gaining traction.

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