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Thursday, 12th December

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11 December 2019

Monday's tragic events in New Zealand, with the eruption of the White Island volcano, are a reminder to us of what living with live volcanoes can mean.

10 December 2019

Does the newsworthiness of an event trump our right to privacy? And do aspects of smart cities create a potential threat to individual rights to privacy?

4 December 2019

It's now December and we are having a bit of a cold snap in North Yorkshire. Winter is with us, but how bad will it be?

22 November 2019

Earlier this week a road bridge failed catastrophically in France. Is it time for bridge failure (or bridge denial) to be included in local emergency risk assessments and preparations?

19 November 2019

The Government's recent 'indefinite suspension' of fracking brought earthquakes into the news. So, it seems right to revisit the earthquake risk in the UK.



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