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Tag Archives: David Mackay
Running alongside the exhibition in the afternoon was a discussion with an invited audience of 70 key influencers from the Manchester community. Following an introduction by Mark Atherton and Cllr. Swannick focusing on how Greater Manchester is tackling the challenge … Continue reading
The British Energy challenge arrived at Austin Court in Birmingham on Thursday 11 July where we welcomed representatives from nearby Universities, members of the Council and local energy groups, as well as scientists and local residents curious about the challenge. … Continue reading
The event in Leeds’ Rose Bowl began with Mark Lynas and David Mackay getting a really clear idea about what the audience wanted to discuss. It was decided that the debate would focus on home insulation, hydrogen fuel cells, energy-from-waste, … Continue reading