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Sustainable Infrastructure and funding issues

Week 11 Lecture 12/10/16 by Anthong Sprigg (ISCA), Damien Smith (EY) and David Hong (EY)

Why Infrastructure needs to be sustainable? 271 more words


Throwing caution to the wind - Are the arguments against wind farms reasonable?

By Jarrad Watkins recorded 2015

Global warming. While damning evidence continues to grow proving its very existence, many climate change sceptics continue to deny that the planet needs to ‘go green’. 91 more words


Quick review: Top Bottom Switch by Chelle Bliss

This is only a short review because Top Bottom Switch isn’t a very long piece. It’s a steamy, sexy short story from the talented Chelle Bliss.   146 more words

Book Reviews

Summer 2016 RET Program Results

CIAN selected six teachers from schools across the country to participate in CIAN’s Research Experience for Teachers program. The selected teachers participated in laboratories at University of California San Diego, Columbia University, and Tuskegee University. 218 more words


OSA judgement against Becket Keys must signal start of better admissions policing

As the dust began to settle following GCSE result day 2016 and we looked forward to a bank holiday weekend, the Department for Education (DfE) published a judgement by the Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA) regarding the non-compliant admissions policy of our local free school, Becket Keys. 1,881 more words

Where to Start With Ret.

-Ed (Tacitus Damnatio)

OK, so you’ve chosen to play the racist pointy eared denizens of Ios who, in the words of PP Forum’s Kallas: “when life gives you lemons, kill all humans”… So where do you start and what is it that makes Retribution of Scyrah (Ret) strong, weak, quirky, unique, appealing and what have you. 1,547 more words