- Consultation on the UN Sustainable Development Goals August 14, 2015
- Report card: Climate change impacts on UK infrastructure August 12, 2015
- Sustem International Conference - July 2015 August 10, 2015
- Democratisation of water and sanitation governance July 24, 2015
- New flood action team launched to investigate flash flooding across the UK July 24, 2015
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Tag Archives: environment
Sitting in the food court at Rio Centro – the hub of Rio+20 – grabbing a quick bite to eat, taking some time to process my thoughts. The last few days have been great. I must say a special thanks … Continue reading
Its the 21st already?! I hardly know where the time has gone! So much has happened in the last few days – here are a few worth a mention: Moving into our beautiful apartment in Ipanema – it’s a hard … Continue reading
First impressions: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Late on Monday evening I arrived in Brazil on my School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEGs) sponsored trip to the Rio+20 conference on sustainable development. In the arrivals hall I was pleasantly surprised … Continue reading
I see the motoring lobby is up to its usual tricks decrying the news that only a third of drivers’ taxes is spent on roads (Metro, Friday Dec 16). In its comment, the AA failed to mention the widespread damage … Continue reading
On behalf of the Newcastle Institute for Research on Sustainability, at Newcastle University, I am writing this to express complete dismay at the proposals to build some 600 houses on currently open land in the Salter’s Lane Neighbourhood Growth Area, … Continue reading
A hot topic at the minute in UK fisheries is the allocation of cod quota amongst the under 10m fishing fleet; despite compromising the majority of the UK’s <10m fleet is allocated only 3% of the annual cod quota from … Continue reading
With an accelerating race for marine space by energy companies, aggregates, conservationists, and fishermen etc, etc (the list is pretty long and increasing); a key question for me is how we manage all of this human activity to ensure that … Continue reading
Featuring guest blog postings from a number of students across Newcastle University, this page will keep you in touch with the latest developments in sustainability and give you an insight into what everyone is discussing. Keep watching this space for … Continue reading
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Calling all Newcastle University students: have your voice heard on the global stage and win a trip to Rio!
Twenty years on from the first Earth Summit held in Rio, the Earth Summit 2012 will return to its place of origin. Participants in preparatory events held across the globe will discuss the topics to be debated during Rio+20 and, … Continue reading