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08/05/2020
Green investments as a way back from the pandemic (one for people who like economics)

There is much current discussion of the form Government investment policy should take post-Covid-19. A study just published by the University of Oxford's Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, and covered in Carbon Brief looks at whether various possible fiscal recovery packages would accelerate or retard progress on climate change. Short version, five policy […]

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28/04/2020
The Covid-19 virus and coastal towns

The thinktank The Centre for Towns has recently published a report called The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on our towns and cities. The Centre is 'an independent non-partisan organisation dedicated to providing research and analysis of our towns. Whilst our cities receive a good deal of attention, we believe that there should be equal […]

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26/03/2020
Citizen Science - The story continues

A virtual meeting was held on march 23, between the MBA team, Time and Tide Bell team, and some of those who had attended the workshops. The first point was obvious - the radical changes to life in the UK due to the coronavirus epidemic have had a big impact on the project, taking place […]

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20/02/2020
Climate change and the bells

Most people reading this will probably know that there is a substantial, growing and deeply committed group of artists whose work aims to have a focus in some form on climate change. Whether it can be read as a cry of pain (e.g. the observation that ‘scientists can shout, artists can scream’) or as a […]

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