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Global Leadership in the Age of Turbulence

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Global Leadership  in the Age of Turbulence

Shorthand Story:  8fiDSyx2w8 Shorthand Story Head:  Global Leadership in the Age of Turbulence Shorthand Story Body:  Global Leadership in the Age of Turbulence Foreword Recommendation 1: Accelerating Innovation Recommendation 2: New Economic Thinking Recommendation 3: Engaging and Activating Citizens Recommendation 4: Global Governance Recommendation 5: New Approaches to Decision-Making Conclusions for Leadership Read the full…

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SuperSharp’s £2m gives space for innovation

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Orbiting telescopes will help with climate change solutions.

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Student climate protestor condemns Cambridge’s fossil fuel ties

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The student who was found guilty of M25 disruption has criticised the university’s support for environmentally harmful companies

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Repair cafe bookings invited for East Barnwell session

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Sunday afternoon session to fix your broken items.

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Law in Focus: ‘Does the European Court of Human Rights dictate climate policy?’ – Stefan Theil

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On 9th April 2024 the European Court of Human Rights delivered Grand Chamber rulings in three cases relating to climate change: Carême v France Duarte Agostinho and Others v Portugal and 32 Others Verein KlimaSeniorinnen Schweiz and Others v Switzerland In this video, Dr Stefan Theil discusses the extent to which the ECHR is prepared…

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How bad is the air pollution in Greater Cambridge – and what is causing it?

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We look at what can be done about the ‘largest environmental risk to public health’.

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Unlocking the potential of solar energy: A sustainable power revolution

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The transition to renewable energy sources is not just an environmental imperative but also an economic and technological evolution.

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Five year plan to make the air cleaner across Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire

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Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council have put together a joint plan to reduce air pollution recognising “there is no safe level”.

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Imaginarium to take over King’s College this weekend

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Events to foster an imaginative future, Repair Cafe included.

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Plans for massive solar farm next to village denied by secretary of state

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The development would have produced enough energy to power in excess of 13,000 homes

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