Brexit. Trump. Climate change. The financial system. The arms trade. Hardliners. You name it, it’s causing anxiety.
Category archive: Changing Environments and Infrastructure
Two teenagers convicted of stabbing and smothering to death a mother and daughter in their own home in Spalding, Lincolnshire have been sentenced to life in prison.
Formula One racing has been the subject of a massive takeover by US cable tycoon John Malone, driven by the desire to add subscribers to his channels and diversify his holdings. Malone paid US$4.4 billion for a 35% stake, with the remaining interest held by race teams.
Despite some serious trouble with finances, the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games seem to be bouncing back.
We tend to take it for granted that our economy is a market economy. Mainstream economics is particularly committed to that idea.
The British Labour Party can no longer afford to keep running away from immigration. Britain’s vote to leave the EU exposed a wide gap between most of the party’s members and leaders (who support complete freedom of movement) and many of its natural working-class voters (who do not).
In 1993, nine 300kW turbines were installed on the eastern pier at Blyth Harbour, near Newcastle on England’s east coast. One can question whether this really counted as an offshore wind farm, but it was the UK’s first tentative step towards building wind turbines at sea.
This article is part of the Democracy Futures series, a joint global initiative with the Sydney Democracy Network.The project aims to stimulate fresh thinking about the many challenges facing democracies in the 21st century.
Professor Wilfred Dolfsma explains why only the West will benefit from Paris’ infeasible climate treaty.
Suppliers of climate data, tools and advice must be held to account on good practice, says Rob Wilby, Professor of Hydroclimatic Modelling.