The last week has been a bit bonkers, as I've been trying to fit work around helping a good friend with a family crisis. I haven't got as much done as I would have liked, but some things are just more important, and I've still been able to make a little progress. Over last weekend, I…Read more Code Like A Girl
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A couple of weeks ago I was talking about how Ethiopia has been decoupling economic growth and carbon emissions with a friend, and commenting on how rare that story was. I suggested that Britain might also be decoupling, due to the falling use of coal. It was too early to tell, but if we waited a few more weeks we’d find out. With those few weeks passed, Carbon Brief have their advance estimates and here’s the good news: Britain’s CO2 emissions continue to tumble sharply.
UK carbon emissions have been falling for a while, partly due to offshoring heavy industry, but in 2014 we saw a steeper decline as coal power stations were closed – a record fall in a growing economy in fact, at 9.2%. Coal power has continued to decline and that accelerated decarbonisation continues for a third year in a row.
This is positive news for…
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This is not a great photo of snowdrops. I left it too long before I went outside (it was cold, I've been avoiding it!). The snowdrops have, as a consequence, gone over, so most of the white flowers have disappeared already and been replaced by green pods, presumably containing seeds. When I first came to this…Read more Guerrilla Snowdrop Temptation