Monthly Archives: October 2012

One thing we have learnt this week.

There is a lot of competition this week (unlike last week) for this category. I could have mentioned record renewable energy production in the UK in the second quarter… The snippet I heard on the radio 4’s today programme that … Continue reading

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Guest blog at connexions

I’ve done a guest blog at Richards connexions blog here. We would like to thank Richard for his kind support and his blog is well worth checking out. He blogs about politics, poetry, faith and climate change amongst other things, … Continue reading

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“Chasing Ice” part 1.

Have you ever tried powering a light-bulb using a cycle powered generator? Last Wednesday I went to screening of the film “Chasing Ice” organised by take one action in which we were to power the entire presentation by cycling. I’ve … Continue reading

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Lit this for the first time on Saturday. My daughter said she could see her breath. I commented “why are you sitting in the lounge in a T-shirt?” My wife was having some reflective prayer group friends round later. By … Continue reading

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