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If Trees Could Give Off Wi-Fi Signals

Mudabbir Khalid | Posted 04.05.2014 | UK
Mudabbir Khalid

We are connected to this world in more ways than imaginable, in the ground and in the air; everything is made up of the basic building blocks of life, carbon, oxygen and nitrogen. Trees are one of these givers of life, and how humans and trees correspond to give each other life is one of the most fundamental, yet essential aspects of ecology that much of the world lets slip from their minds...

'Game-changing' Strategic Opportunity in China Is Missed by the United Kingdom

Adam Matthews | Posted 01.02.2014 | UK
Adam Matthews

The United Kingdom is well positioned as a leader in many of these areas, in particular energy management systems, offshore wind and expertise to tackle air pollution. And, as the United Kingdom renews its own energy infrastructure, there are huge opportunities for collaboration.

'Green Growth' Is Key, New Development Paradigm for Developing Countries

Julian Hunt | Posted 09.10.2013 | UK
Julian Hunt

Following a recent meeting between Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Takehiko Nakao and Chinese Finance Minister Lou Jiwei, the ADB has pledged its support for green and inclusive growth in China with a major new investment...

Caroline Frost

Another Moon Trip For Air

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 31.01.2012 | UK Entertainment

"This movie was meant for us, they wanted French musicians and it alludes to moon landings and all that. Who else?" Who else, indeed? French musica...

The World's Most Travelled Man Does Not Believe in Jet Lag

John Fleming | Posted 18.02.2012 | UK Lifestyle
John Fleming

Last week, I met Fred Finn, who is officially the world's most travelled person. He has been in the Guinness Book of Records since 1983 and has now f...

One Year to the London Olympics - Breathe it in

James Thornton | Posted 28.09.2011 | UK
James Thornton

It is one year until the Olympics. The race is now on to complete the Olympic park and master the logistics of ferrying more than 3 million spectators and athletes to and from events. But time pressure isn't the only reason Londoners won't want to pause for breath.