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Apocalypse Planning: A 2000 Year Old Video Link

Apocalypse Planning: A 2000 Year Old Video Link

‘Apocalypse Planning: A 2000 Year Old Video Link’ was adapted from “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse’s Group Text” by Katie Barsotti and Alden Derck that was published in the New Yorker magazine on 15 January 2020. Screenplay by Sarah Pitard Music by Theo Ancient Pestilence is played by Phoebe …

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The Global Climate Emergency vs Local Planning System [WEBINAR]

The Global Climate Emergency vs Local Planning System [WEBINAR]

Rebecca Lydon from Hydrock’s Smart Energy and Sustainability team will host this webinar, talking about how local authorities manage their interpretations of the national planning policy framework; how planning systems might respond to the climate emergency going forward; and how sustainability-related conditions placed upon developments are expected to evolve in …

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Cornwall Green Party on Planning in the Climate Emergency

Cornwall Green Party on Planning in the Climate Emergency

Matt Valler presents a response to a consultation by Cornwall Council on how Planning should change in a Climate Emergency*. Although in response is to a technical document, this video is an accessible introduction to the detail of Planning policy and the opportunities to change it for the better. *Climate …

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KBC Planning Policy Meeting Dez Dell Statement

KBC Planning Policy Meeting Dez Dell Statement

This is first meeting the public have been able to speak at since lockdown began. Dez Dell and 9 others spoke and there is so much less pressure than speaking in front of everyone in the Council Chambers. Everyone should give it a go! Dez spoke on the need to …

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Resource Management and Financial Planning in a Time of Crisis: Part Two

Resource Management and Financial Planning in a Time of Crisis: Part Two

May 5, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all areas of our life and our work in museums and cultural sites. In this discussion-oriented webinar, join NEMA Board Member Rebekah Beaulieu for a conversation focused on the financial considerations to keep in mind during this uncertain time. With particular attention …

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Planning a low-water garden with expert Guy Banner

Planning a low-water garden with expert Guy Banner

For those fortunate enough to have some outdoor space, gardening has become a top pandemic activity. It gets people outdoors doing something constructive while maintaining social distancing. You might even grow something to eat. But as all eco-conscious people know, gardening requires water. Sometimes a lot of water. Continue reading below Our …

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Japan planning to release over a million tonnes of radioactive water into sea from Fukushima power plant

Japan planning to release over a million tonnes of radioactive water into sea from Fukushima power plant

Massive amounts of radioactive water being stored at Japan’s Fukushima power plant could be released into the sea under plans provisionally accepted by the country’s government. Tokyo Electric has collected nearly 1.2 million tonnes of contaminated water from cooling pipes used to keep fuel cores from melting since the plant was …

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