Earth’s Swansong

Earth’s Swansong

The Sun will go blackEarth sink in the sea,Heaven be stripped of itsbright stars;Smoke rage and fire, leapingthe flameLick heaven itself.-The Deluding of Gylf Strange times are upon us, we seem beset by continuing problems with our inability to respect and harness our planet’s limited resources. Climate change, carbon emissions,...

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Why Study Geology

Why Study Geology

Geology: The branch of science concerned with the physical structure and substance of the Earth, the processes which act on these, and the Earth’s development since its formation.                                       During their relatively...

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London Bilingual School Offers New Remote Learning Experience to Students Schooling at Home

London Bilingual School Offers New Remote Learning Experience to Students Schooling at Home

The Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill, an independent, bilingual, co-ed school located in North London, has announced an ambitious new programme to offer a complete remote learning curriculum to students who are unable to physically attend school or whose families are seeking a more structured and communal homeschooling experience....

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Lithium: From Mining to Medicine

Lithium: From Mining to Medicine

Though it’s not something one hears about that often, lithium – the planet’s lightest metal – has some pretty heavy implications for the environment, the economy and modern life as we know it. Despite being one of the first three chemical elements to form in the Big Bang, along with...

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Plans to move City Hall attacked over ‘misleading figures’

Plans to move City Hall attacked over ‘misleading figures’

  Moving City Hall to east London could save the taxpayer 50 per cent less than the Mayor has claimed, according to London Assembly Conservatives. Sadiq Khan plans to move his Mayoral base – which is also home to the London Assembly – to the Royal Docks, in Newham. He...

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Public inquiry over controversial Tulip skyscraper to begin this autumn

Public inquiry over controversial Tulip skyscraper to begin this autumn

THE battle over the controversial Tulip skyscraper which could be the tallest building in the Square Mile  is going to a public inquiry this autumn. The plan for the 305m high viewing platform and classroom in the sky was approved by the City of London corporation in April 2019. The...

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London Concourse kicks off with world-class lineup

London Concourse kicks off with world-class lineup

The London Concours takes place Wednesday and Thursday, the 19th-20th August, becoming the UK’s first major automotive event to take place since February. Over 100 rare and exotic performance and luxury cars of all ages will gather into London’s Honourable Artillery Company HQ –  a five-acre oasis of green nestled among the...

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