So…Middlesbrough F.C – Pretty much all season we have been thinking ‘this is our year, we’re going up, automatically.’ Now there’s a doubt, if Middlesbrough lose against Brighton they’ll have to go through the playoffs to try and get promoted to the Premiership. The level of expectation has been so high all season if it dips, will Middlesbrough be able to pick themselves up?
Chris: The play offs are always nasty, whichever team gets into the play offs will have a tough task. It’s almost as if the third placed team will be the underdogs because they will be on a mental low. Particularly for Boro, it could be a case of ‘here we go again’. We’ve never been particularly successful at Wembley. Cardiff yes, but not wembley. Continue reading We spoke with Olympic Athlete, and keen Middlesbrough Fan Chris Tomlinson on how Boro can secure promotion today against Brighton.
Music festivals in the UK may promote eco-friendly attitudes however there is no doubt that the issue of waste and carbon emissions is a bit of a grey area. It is only natural for over 100,000 people to generate waste and combined with excessive light and noise, this can cause considerable impact on the land. Noise and light pollution are not often discussed in comparison to more “tangible” waste. Continue reading The New Pollution: How Are Music Festivals Curbing Their Light & Sound Emissions in the UK?
Music is (and always has been) a major part of British culture and festivals have now become a staple in the diet of any music aficionado. Glastonbury, Isle of Wight and Latitude Festival have all come and gone for 2014 but there are still over two months of the British festival calendar to enjoy.
One significant health risk at any music festival is the potential for hearing damage, which is often overlooked during a weekend of hedonism. Continue reading The Sound of Silence: How Is Hearing Loss Effecting the iPod Generation?
According to a recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), over 80pc of the world’s energy supply is dominated by fossil fuels, which have led to a consortium of over 200 governments drawing up dramatic plans to cut global warming. The report also highlights that clean energy will have to treble in output and dominate world energy supplies by 2050 in order to avoid catastrophic climate change. Continue reading The Big Debate: Could Thorium Save The World From Global Warming?
In the twenty-first century, more than ever, electrical products infiltrate our everyday lives. According to research by Deloitte published in 2013, 7 in 10 people own a smartphone in the UK alone. Yet, with consumer culture constantly bombarding the public with adverts of something new, updated and better – it is not surprising that many of these devices which were once beloved handsets are abandoned in favour of the latest model. Continue reading How Can The Growing Problem of E-Waste Be Solved?
Over three years have passed since German based Siemens revealed that they had expressed a positive interest in staking the Hull and Humber region as a pioneer in wind farm technology and renewable energy. Continue reading “World leading” Siemens deal given new confidence for Hull and Humber region
The benefits of thermography or thermal imaging stretch into an enormous amount of industries. Pioneering technology has led to the vast development of thermal technology over the last ten years and it continues to be an essential part of our everyday life. From energy saving to saving lives; we can be certain that there is a wealth of important uses. Throughout this year, thermal imaging cameras have been used in major global events including military operations and natural disasters. Continue reading How Does Thermal Imaging Technology Work?
Energy conservation has become essential over the last 30 years, which has created the need for environmental responsibility as well as a change in traditional business practices.
Energy prices have skyrocketed over the past 10 years due to underlying factors such as fuel depletion and global environmental concerns. This has created a knock-on effect of governments creating energy regulations in an effort to force companies into “going green” and being eco-savvy. The UK is currently taking a lead role in enabling new technologies and developments in order to achieve more energy efficient industries. Continue reading What Are The Benefits of Monitoring Energy Efficiency?
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