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Art exhibition poses questions on the issue of fracking
Following on from his climate change tour in 2014, Mark Walport is hitting the road again, this time to talk about energy policy. All over the country nubile young environmentalists are going weak at the knees.
Sense About Science has an online Q&A on the subject of carbon capture and storage later this week.
The Edinburgh Geological Society has a lecture on 25 November about ocean acidification.
On Friday, Mark Walport is giving a talk at the Natural History Museum in London on the UK's energy future.
The British Academy (chairman, Lord Stern) has organised an event looking at energy and environment. It's described as a "debate", but looking at the speakers I think it's fair to say that all the participants are on the...
Some of the events at the Winchester Science Festival may be of interest to readers.
Mark Lynas points us to an event at Bristol's Cabot Institute tomorrow.
There's a Guardian campaign afoot, and academia is leaping into action to help the cause of right-on folk. This time it's the Cambridge lot.
Word reaches me of an event in Aberdeen next week:
The BBC is going to look at fracking again today, with a programme by Scotland Environment Correspondent David Miller.
The BBC's Daily Politics is having an energy and environment feature today, with representatives of all the main parties in attendance. My expectations are low.
This is a guest post by David Holland
At 10 am On Friday 17 April, in Northampton, I have the dubious pleasure of squaring up for the second time against the Met Office over Zero Order Drafts of an IPCC Assessment Report...
A meeting at the Royal Society next week.
Are the greens after the chemists now or have they been infiltrated already?
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