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  • Letter: More engineers required

    22 October 2015

    Sir, the comment by the UN scientist Jacquie McGlade, on the change in UK renewables policy illustrates yet again how badly engineers are needed in positions of similar responsibility to examine the feasibility of the scientific concepts and arguments that are now being put forward.  ...

  • US Supreme Court rejects Shell torture case in Nigeria

    19 April 2013

    In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court has said US courts cannot hear lawsuits about human rights abuses abroad. The nine justices unanimously said that a court in the state of New York could not hear a case against oil major Shell over alleged abuses in Nigeria. The case was filed by 12 Nigerians who say the firm was complicit in a campaign against protesters from 1992-95....

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  • A bad decision

    01 February 2013

    The decision by Cumbria County Council (CCC) to veto further involvement in the UK Government’s research programme to identify a site for an underground nuclear waste store has effectively killed off any prospect of deep burial for the country’s high and intermediate-level radioactive wastes for the foreseeable future....

  • Opinion: Dust Explosions, what the incident records tell us

    20 March 2012

    This is intended as a follow up to the article Dust in the Factory - Still an Exposive Topic by Gordon Low on the HazardEx website and in the March edition of the journal. ...

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