Monthly Archives: July 2013

10 billion vs Population 10 billion

If you want to think more about population issues facing the planet please read the book on the right by Danny Dorling. I bought both after wandering around the bookshop trying to decide between the two. I had read about … Continue reading

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Understanding climate change: Climatica

Just a quick post today to highlight a new and important website: http://climatica.org.uk/ Climatica is a new website aimed to bring to the fore issues about climate change. Their project statement: “Climatica is a climate science and public interaction initiative developed … Continue reading

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Expanding knowledge using podcasts

In my teaching I’ve often been asked by students how to ‘read around the subject’ and what exactly this means, and whenever we talk through it students often complain they don’t have the time do so. I’ve often talked through … Continue reading

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