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My sustaina-bus-ility journey​

My sustaina-bus-ility journey By Amalie Holmefjord  9356 km. 153 hours travelling. 11 countries. 0,25 tons of CO2 (vs flight = 0,84 tons)1 Many stiff muscles Endless impressions. Amalie Holmefjord Hello, I
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Emerging Education- Creative Alternatives to Tomorrow’s Problems

Emerging Education- Creative Alternatives to Tomorrow’s Problems Written by Kurt Calleja What are the pressing challenges facing education today? How do we envisage the future of learning? In  December 2020,
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A tale of two cities- Town planning after the pandemic

A tale of two cities- Town planning after the pandemic Crowded office spaces and carefree socialising seem like a distant memory for many of us.  In fact, just living with
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Carbon Countdown – Using games to recontextualise “wicked problems”.

Carbon Countdown – Using games to recontextualise “wicked problems”. A good game can transport you away; allowing you to be a millionaire property tycoon or a city-destroying monster. In the
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Creativity is back on the map. But how do we navigate from here?

Creativity is back on the map. But how do we navigate from here? Written by SciCulture tutor Kerry Chappell, University of Exeter This article first appeared on https://www.bera.ac.uk/ 6 Feb 2020
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Peckforton Forest, Cheshire, UK

When you can’t see the wood through the trees

When you can’t see the wood through the trees Does metaphor help or hinder Scicom? Chris Styles speaks to science communicator and poet, Dr. Sam Illingworth from Manchester Metropolitan University.
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