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Creation & Re-creation – Towards an Ethic of Christian Environmental Justice

April 9, 20150

The former Anglican Bishop of Liverpool, James Jones will undoubtedly be best remembered for chairing the Hillsborough Panel and his…

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Big energy bills

February 25, 20150

Jerry Spencer from Good Neighbour Community energy makes the case for united action in looking for cheaper energy suppliers. The…

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The link between sustainability and finance

February 6, 20150

Links between sustainability and finance are growing. Caroline Biebuyck finds out what this means for accountants The explosion in environmental…

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20 Miles More – Liverpool’s Essential Low Carbon Link

December 8, 20140

High-speed rail has polarised opinions across the nation, health especially when it comes to sustainability. After all, HS2 is infrastructure,…

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Conserving our Urban Heritage and Energy – Can We Do Both?

November 25, 20140

With major growth in the years before the First World War, treat the region’s towns have a large number of…

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Energy Efficient New Homes versus Same Old Same Old

November 24, 20140

We have the worst performing housing stock in northern Europe. Most of this stock is old but we continue to…

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Franklin Energy – Leading the electric revolution

October 14, 20140

What we do? We are a supplier, remedy installer and operator of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, cheap offering home…

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I just can’t find my PLACE in this World

September 24, 20140

Richard Tracey, interim Project Director for the Atlantic Gateway Parklands, outlines the progress being made towards delivering the Atlantic Gateway…

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