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Surviving new terrorist attacks in 10 steps

Bruce Newsome, Lecturer in International Relations | November 18, 2015

Multi-method terrorist attacks – like the attacks in Paris on the night of Friday 13th November 2015 – are becoming more frequent and deadly, while official authorities are struggling to protect their residents, so how can we protect ourselves? Terrorism is still extremely rare compared to other crimes, but terrorism risk is increasing, and terrorism tends … Continue reading »

Clean Tech 0 vs. Carbon 1

Santiago Miret, Ph.D. student, materials science & engineering | September 17, 2014

Even though clean energy technologies have experienced substantial rapid growth in recent years, their combined efforts were not enough to prevent the largest single-year increase of atmospheric CO2 release since 1984. In 2013 alone, the atmospheric CO2 concentration jumped by 2.9 parts per million (ppm) to a total of 396 ppm. A consortium of scientists of … Continue reading »