Tag Archives: coal

isite radar and roundup monday 23rd june

Last week was a busy one so not too much posting here, but below are a few of the items that caught my eye Bristol is to become the first cycle city with 11 others – York, Stoke, Blackpool, Cambridge, … Continue reading

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… on coals future

A round up of recent coal articles and activities suggest that the writing on the wall may be becoming clearer: Can coal live up to its clean promise? New Scientist. Seems the CCS, carbon capture schemes) may not be in … Continue reading

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blue is the colour…

For those who have asked “why blue” for the Architecture 2030 No Coal campaign, here is the response from Peter over at BYOBlue: Blue is for clear, clean skies without coal! The genesis of this theme also comes from the … Continue reading

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coal – a great green scam?

Continuing the coal theme (seam?) … for an astute insight to the coal issue in the UK read George Monbiot’s article Burnt Out, on his blog and published in todays Guardian.

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…on coal, blue and earth day 2008

Wear BLUE for Earth Day 2008 to VOTE for No Coal This blog has commented through many posts on coal, on its significant contribution to carbon footprints, on the relationship with the built environment (coal – safe cigarettes for the … Continue reading

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Face it – solve global warming – stop coal

Face it – the on line web cast from Architecture 2030 is now available to watch on-line Sub titled Turn it Around, Watch and start to understand the impact the built environment has on global warming, the impact the built … Continue reading

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more on coal – old king …

Good to see Philip Sellwood, Chief Exec at Engery Saving Trust blogging on the Medway coal power station at Old King Coal Philps blog is one to blogroll, bookmark or RSS or just read ! Interestingly Philip makes the connection … Continue reading

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