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Rethinking Climate Change
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I spent the last couple of days reading a presentation on climate given in September by the Apollo-Gaia project, an organization formed of scientists and thinkers that advises the Club of Rome,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anja Beinroth Sep 11, 2014.

Competition Regulations forced on the NHS
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I wanted to post somewhere about this on NATCAN as I believe it is a very important issue. That said, I'm not immediately sure what can be done.I found out on Friday that new regulations are being…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matt Worsdale Apr 21, 2013.


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help to derail fracking operations in Balcombe, Sussex- by the 16th July!

Hi all,

As you've probably heard in the news at some point, the nightmarish practice of fracking for shale gas is set to happen at Balcombe in Sussex, unless there is a strong backlash of public opinion.

The Environment Agency (EA) is the adjudicator in the conflict between anyone who opposes fracking and the Government and Caudrilla, the fracking company. Naturally they are under government pressure to 'cut red tape', in other words lean on…

Posted on July 11, 2013 at 22:04

How to hold civilization together

Just an excellent paper authored by two biologists, explaining the challenges facing humanity on ecological, cultural and economic fronts and the intersection of all of these.

May be of particular interest to NATCAN audience, as it makes explicit reference to community led social change and global movements that can raise awareness. It's very striking to hear this kind of talk from physical scientists as opposed to social ones!…


Posted on June 8, 2013 at 7:09 — 2 Comments

Antibiotics- Big Pharma doth not provide

I just remembered the article in the Independent from a couple of weeks ago about the big increase in drug resistance bacteria.

The Department of Health is due to publish the UK Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy this week.

Let's hope it contains resolutions to move at least some antibiotic research into public development.

Posted on March 24, 2013 at 19:31 — 1 Comment

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