Over the past couple of years, i have become familiarised with climate change progress and stagnation. The very essence of progress and hope in this arena, is unfortunately crushed by the realistic nature of the world. In some areas of the world, there is a focus to rigorously transform cities into recycling intensity towns, whilst… Read More International Frameworks on Climate Change
Globalization is the compression of the world and the intensification of consciousness of the world as a whole
so, I have just about recovered from a rather eventful beginning of the week. As a Flag-bearer for the 2015 Commonwealth Observance Day, I got to be part of the ceremony in Westiminster Abbey and was presented to the Queen. I think the most exciting part was seeing the royal family, including the Queen and… Read More hanging out with the royal family
Given that transport and industrialisation were founded in the United Kingdom, it only seems right for it to be a continuous theme in the news and politics today. Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, has confirmed a £900 million investment plan in the transport industry, bringing the longest cycling lane to exist in Europe, throughout the Central parts… Read More The surfacing of ‘transport issues’ in Britain
Here is a fascinating model to explain how The Greenhouse Effect.
For those of you who are unaware about some of the environmental initiatives in the EU, the EU environment system is run by a ‘cap and trade’ policy whereby there is a limit on greenhouse gas emission through allowances which are distributed, auction and sold between companies in the EU. The allowance on the limit… Read More EU Emissions Trading System (ETS)