Monthly Archives: May 2015

Secure and reliable electricity supplies

By David Brayshaw Secure and reliable electricity supplies are an essential part of modern life. The networks and infrastructure that produce and supply this power are, however, changing rapidly across the world due to both socio-economic pressures (e.g., rising demand … Continue reading

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Spring has sprung – part 2

By Pete Inness Back in March Helen Dacre talked in this blog about how we define the start of Spring. She said that, for many people, the first indicator of the onset of Spring is not a particular date but … Continue reading

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Climate Scientists, Cabinets and Communities in Conversation in Africa

By Ros Cornforth The Africa Climate Exchange (AfClix) is working in Africa, creating opportunities for dialogue and collaboration between climate scientists, decision-makers and local communities. We encourage the sharing of understanding, and the exchange of knowledge, in order to use … Continue reading

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Arctic sea ice: a cool start to spring

By Danny Feltham Typing “Arctic sea ice loss” into your web search engine will quickly reveal two things: a lot of people have written about the loss of ice; and there is a remarkable amount of commentary on what it … Continue reading

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