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At first glance it may seem as though a meteor is about to hit us, but fear not, it's just a cloud! Images of a strangely
It's very hard to wish you all a happy new year when so many are experiencing hardship. Whether you are trying to get muddy water out of what used to be your home, digging your children out of the rubble of an air strike in Syria, fighting forest fires in drought ridden Spain, or contemplating the failed COP 21 agreement, I am thinking of you.
The Foreign Office has warned of "possible threats" against westerners in Beijing around Christmas Day. British citizens
Carbon-sink building materials, bike helmets which ionise particulate matter, monitoring PM2.5 levels at building sites and major traffic junctions. All seeming technologies of the future but all offering potential solutions to London's worsening air problem. It's time we have that conversation, before it's too late.
Whilst there were some who went one more to deny any links between pollution and climate change: Others just wanted to comment
Relations thawed, it seems we cannot do enough to impress China, perhaps fearful of being frozen out again. The sight of a communist party leader being wheeled down the Mall in a gilded carriage shows just how far the UK has gone to repair the damage of recent years.
As seamlessly as Beijing's recent parade that commemorated China's World War II victory over Japan went, how victorious was the victory parade, really? Are there negative ramifications?
As I watched the 2015 World Athletics Championships in Beijing, I was struck by the amount of records broken, and I found
After Usain Bolt was accidentally felled by a cameraman after powering to victory in the 200m, we noticed that the Birds
Usain Bolt is supreme. The Jamaican gave a remarkable performance in the 200 meters on Thursday, besting American rival Justin