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Prof Peter Strachan Mar 5
Dr Kate Marvel's brilliant essay, 'We Need Courage, Not Hope, to Face ', may just provide the framing the movement needs via Make Reality
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Prof Peter Strachan Apr 3
Must read and viewing The 1981 TV documentary that warned about “Is the world ours to experiment with? I think not"
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Prof Peter Strachan Feb 25
" is nothing less than a loaded gun pointed straight at the head of every man, woman & child alive" "It is a death sentence for humanity" via
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Talk Fracking Apr 11
NEW: World May Hit 2 Degrees of Warming in 10-15 Years Thanks to , Says Cornell Scientist
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Prof Peter Strachan Apr 10
Scots study 'world beater' while UK's is out of date  “What I found particularly revealing is that the case for fracking is based entirely on outdated reports and arguments"
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Prof Peter Strachan Apr 11
The Tory Party in England “has been overtaken by a phalanx of public opinion & further by high quality academic research that challenges the proposition that onshore can be regulated safely”
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Forthwrite Apr 11
Replying to @ProfStrachan @scotgov
Very true. UK government wilfully refuse to consider all the latest evidence & research about possible risks of . Even some reports considered by (eg. from independent scientific committee) are now pretty old. And then there is ...
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Nick Cowern Apr 10
Such a pleasure to read this article and feel the quiet ebbing away of frustration at the wilful ignoring of key evidence by decision makers. The UK MUST now take an honest, objective, all-encompassing look at the evidence on fracking.
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Prof Peter Strachan Mar 13
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Prof Peter Strachan Jan 27
As the case for falls apart the case for goes from strength to strength may lead to property prices drop make Fracking pointless
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Prof Peter Strachan Apr 1
Wow "Prices for , & storage are dropping so rapidly that are increasingly squeezing out all forms of , including natural " NOW
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Prof Peter Strachan Apr 8
Spotted this for first time My view has not changed “ has shown a high level of cohesion to make work. Such cohesion is lacking in the rest of the , making progress more uncertain” 
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Prof Peter Strachan Apr 10
up to 45% of generation as price jumps 25% "High output pushes day-ahead baseload prices to lowest level since February"
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Prof Peter Strachan Mar 13
This important letter on was signed by fashion icon Vivienne Westwood, her son Joe Corré, Prof Robert Howarth, Dr. Sandra Steingraber, Prof Nick Cowern & Prof Peter Strachan
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 16
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Prof Peter Strachan Dec 29
Thanks to , German consumers are being paid to use Electricity Can we have more community energy in the UK please Original UK transitions theory research
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Prof Peter Strachan Apr 1
a major success story "Nicola Sturgeon: new national investment bank will be a cornerstone of the lower carbon economy - but warns could hinder our supply chain"
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Prof Peter Strachan Apr 2
Yes, Cities Can Do 100% - Even In via "If fans have a worst nightmare, would be it. The city is living proof that can save money."
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Prof Peter Strachan Mar 22
Subsidy-free projects set to soar "Having so much generation will squeeze out the opportunity for the likes of ’s RWE to build large power stations in the UK"
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Mark Z. Jacobson Apr 11
Scotland expected to power #100% of its electricity with renewables by 2020
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