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Population Action International s mapping website shows how climate change and population dynamics will change the world over time. New features on the site include country profiles which contain maps, graphs, videos, and additional resources that offer a closer look at population, gender, and climate change trends in Ethiopia, Kenya, ...

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Titanium dioxide does a couple of clever tricks that mean we may well be seeing a lot of it in the future: it's self-cleaning, and it breaks down pollutants in the air. Full article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-15694973 (image: The Jubilee Church in Rome which has titanium dioxide in its concrete "sails")

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flyer by Kirsty Ward Tuesday 13th December 2010 from 5.30pm 9.30pm Lecture Theatre, Mackintosh Building, School of Art, 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6RQ Everyone is welcome, whether giving a presentation or not, and there will be small charge to cover the cost of refreshments and for setting up and ...

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Thank you to everyone who has generously donated to our development fund following our recent appeal. SEDA is always looking for more members to get involved in our operational activities events, website, magazine and more. We have no dedicated funding for events and no longer have a funded worker for ...

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The UK Government is proposing to reduce Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) for new solar photovoltaic (PV)installations as part of their comprehensive review consultation. See http://www.decc.gov.uk/fits If you install solar PV and your FITs application is received by your FIT supplier (also known as FITLicensee) on or after 8 December 2011, you ...

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Don't forget to book your place for the SEDA Energy savings talks on 3rd November. Bookings must be made by 28th October so don't delay! Please cross over to our SEDA events page for more information and bookings.

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NVA s Glasgow Harvest is a celebration of local food, hosted by community gardens in the South, East, North and West of the city. An irreverent homage to the village f te centred on the Harvest Meal each celebration features live music, communal cooking, food sharing, workshops and competitions. New ...

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An expose on the fashion industry written by the Observer's 'Ethical Living' columnist, Lucy Seigle examines the inhumane and environmentally devastating story behind the clothes we so casually buy and wear. Coming at a time when the global financial crisis and contracting of consumer spending is ushering in a new ...

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Building zero carbon homes is too costly and difficult in the current economic climate, a survey of 20 developers has claimed. http://www.insidehousing.co.uk/sustainability/zero-carbon-homes- too-expensive -to-build/6518051.article

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THE head of Swedish energy giant Vattenfall says he will not be intimidated by Donald Trump's threats to thwart the development of a 150 million offshore wind farm less than two miles from the American tycoon's forthcoming golf resort. http://www.scotsman.com/business/Wind-farm39s-developer-refuses-to.6841992.jp

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