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    Big Investors tell Big Industry to curb CO2 emissions

    Background The Climate Action 100+ organisation is driving down worldwide greenhouse gas emissions by getting the world’s largest polluters (direct and indirect) to reduce their emissions. Who is Climate Action 100+ They are a worldwide group of 130 banks, pension funds and other investors who control assets of around 47…

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    How Wind Turbines Fake Rain

    Background Wind turbines interfere with radar systems. The worst affected radar are those used by civil and military authorities for air traffic control and air defence. Weather services, however, can also be affected by wind turbines when their radar detect and display returns from wind turbines. How Meteorological radar works…

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    Wind Power Mix Record
    Wind Farms

    Breezing to A New Wind Power Mix Record

    Introduction According to the National Electricity System Operator (ESO), wind power provided its highest ever share of the UK power mix during the early hours of Saturday 22nd August. Thanks to Storm Ellen and wind speeds of up to 79 mph, wind power generated just under 60% of the power…

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    Tall Building Development

    Exploring Instrument Flight Procedures (IFPs)

    What is an Instrument Flight Procedure? An Instrument Flight Procedure (IFP) is a set of instructions regarding navigation around aerodromes. There are two basic types, one using precision instruments and one using non precision instruments. The advantages of these over visual procedures are that approaches and departures can be regulated…

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    China Rewarding Pollution Whistle-blowers
    Renewables

    Starting September: China Rewarding Pollution Whistle-blowers

    A Familiar Problem China holds a lot of records, it is the world’s most populous country, it has the world’s fastest train and it is the world’s largest polluter. The Hebei province in particular, which produces 25% of China’s steel contains five of the ten smoggiest cities in China. Figure…

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    Renewables

    Nuclear, Oil and Gas vs the European Union

    What’s in a name? A ‘green’ label has become a very important thing to the energy industry in Europe. The European Union is making moves to ensure money goes to projects that are environmentally friendly, as part of their strategy for supporting their climate goals. An important step here the…

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    Impact of Wind Turbines on Birds
    Wind Farms

    Reducing the Impact of Wind Turbines on Birds

    Background Birds collide with moving wind turbine blades and are sporadically killed as a result. Studies have suggested that painting wind turbine blades black and white can reduce the number of avian collisions. Data from a long term experiment in Norway shows that marking blades in this way can reduce…

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    Renewables

    The Environmental Impact of Britain’s New Roads

    Background The UK Government has announced massive new spending on roads to help boost and grow the UK’s economy. This investment could result in increased carbon dioxide emissions and prevent the country meeting its climate change targets. In this article we look at the claims and counter claims being made.…

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