Call me Ms, says top judge: Newly appointed High Court justice becomes first to use the title Alison Russell QC appointment to the High Court was announced yesterdayMs Russell is the first judge to use the title Ms following her elevationThe judge received her law degree from South Bank polytechnic Published: 01:37 GMT, 22 May 2014 | Updated: 09:07 GMT, 22 May 2014 … [Read more...] about Call me Ms, says top judge: Newly appointed High Court justice becomes first to use the title
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Architectural ideas against the heat Tel Aviv's 'Geddes Plan' Long before the establishment of Israel in 1948, Scottish urban planner Patrick Geddes consulted the Zionist Commission in 1925 on how the future metropolis of Tel Aviv should be designed to minimize the effects of the desert heat. Its roads were to be built on a grid to channel the sea breeze from the Mediterranean into the city. To this day, the city center hugely benefits from this design. … [Read more...] about Climate-friendly heating: How to stay warm without fossil fuels
US President Donald Trump has himself denounced climate change as a hoax and started the official process of pulling the country out of the 2015 Paris Agreement, a global pact aimed at limiting global temperature rise. The country was recently ranked worst in the world for climate protection efforts. "Climate policy there is going backwards," said Niklas Höhne, one of the authors of the Global Climate Protection Index report, published by environmental groups Germanwatch and the NewClimate Institute. … [Read more...] about Why are high emission countries lagging on climate protection?