Category Archives: Transport

Revisiting The Stern Review – Part 2

Revisiting The Stern Review (Part 2) Last month’s blog post presented part 1 of an overview of the Stern Review which was originally published back in 2006. This month sees the conclusion of the synthesis of the review. The Stern … Continue reading

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Climate Change & Traction Power Shifts

Climate Change Anyone? I was in a pub earlier this week and a local beer stood out: Climate Change. The beer is brewed by a local brewery (Teignworthy) who believe in “traditional values, by sourcing local ingredients from local businesses, … Continue reading

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Tidal Power Plus Fast Charging Revolution

Tidal Power Comes To Wales A full-scale tidal power generator aimed at showing the potential for renewable energy has been unveiled in Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK. An underwater tidal power turbine in Ramsey Sound, Pembrokeshire has been developed to run for … Continue reading

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Managed Retreat and Other Stories

Coastal Re-alignment The increasing risk of coastal flooding from rising sea levels and storm surges is being tackled in the south of England through a “managed realignment” coastal plan. The plan is to move flood defences inland and gradually let … Continue reading

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