Azara Blog: November 2006 archive summary

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  1. Are we running out of oil? (30 November 2006)
  2. Framework Programme 7 budget approved by European Parliament (30 November 2006)
  3. Universities allegedly must do more for poor students (30 November 2006)
  4. The local council throws out Stansted Airport expansion plans (29 November 2006)
  5. Yet another report on climate change (29 November 2006)
  6. Global CO2 emissions have accelerated the last five years (28 November 2006)
  7. Britain's water systems are allegedly in crisis (28 November 2006)
  8. Tories want businesses, but not households, to pay "green" taxes (27 November 2006)
  9. Some chemistry teacher wants anti-evolution materials to be used in schools (27 November 2006)
  10. A reduction in European bluefin tuna catches (27 November 2006)
  11. Police want to use audio surveillance on public crowds (26 November 2006)
  12. Blair regrets the slave trade (26 November 2006)
  13. Cambridge looks towards developing the east side of the city (25 November 2006)
  14. British Airways caves in over staff wearing crosses (25 November 2006)
  15. David Cameron is allegedly concerned about poverty (24 November 2006)
  16. Shock: food manufacturers try to convince people to buy their food (24 November 2006)
  17. Plastic reusable paper allegedly good for the environment (23 November 2006)
  18. Atmospheric methane level looking somewhat stable (22 November 2006)
  19. More special pleading on behalf of rural Britain (22 November 2006)
  20. LSE professor talks nonsense about housing in the UK (21 November 2006)
  21. The Carbon Trust wants businesses to profile pollution of products (21 November 2006)
  22. Britain's airports could run out of runway space (20 November 2006)
  23. Government wants to force a drug on a woman in a vegetative state (20 November 2006)
  24. Cunningham speaks out on House of Lords (19 November 2006)
  25. The internet is partly to blame for making voters disillusioned with politicians (18 November 2006)
  26. UN climate conference in Nairobi comes to no great conclusion (18 November 2006)
  27. Iter, the latest nuclear fusion reactor (17 November 2006)
  28. There is allegedly a crisis in the UK computer industry (17 November 2006)
  29. Ofcom wants to ban "junk" food adverts for under-16s (17 November 2006)
  30. Grand challenges in nanotechnology (16 November 2006)
  31. Vastly premature babies should not be given intensive care (16 November 2006)
  32. Scientists want a moratorium on bottom-trawling (16 November 2006)
  33. UK government wants legally binding 60% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2050 (15 November 2006)
  34. Chocolate allegedly good for reducing risk of clots (15 November 2006)
  35. The world's forests allegedly not doing that badly (14 November 2006)
  36. Eating too much red meat correlated with breast cancer (14 November 2006)
  37. Surprise, poorer people not as healthy as richer people (14 November 2006)
  38. Supermarket packaging waste allegedly a problem (13 November 2006)
  39. The city part of Clay Farm will allegedly be affordable and sustainable (13 November 2006)
  40. Tories do not want extension of 28-day limit for detention of "terror" suspects (12 November 2006)
  41. Someone argues against carbon trading (12 November 2006)
  42. Ministers shoot their mouths off over religious hatred laws (11 November 2006)
  43. UN releases yet another report on global poverty (11 November 2006)
  44. Head of MI5 complains about all the terror plots in the UK (10 November 2006)
  45. Congress might send Bolton packing (10 November 2006)
  46. Cambridge fire station planning application rejected (09 November 2006)
  47. Bush proclaims he is going to be reasonable from now on (09 November 2006)
  48. UN releases another report on water (09 November 2006)
  49. Republicans get hammered in 2006 elections (08 November 2006)
  50. Another anti-chemical health study (08 November 2006)
  51. IEA publishes its latest energy report (07 November 2006)
  52. Money being thrown away on another pointless road pricing study (07 November 2006)
  53. "Silent" airplane promoted (06 November 2006)
  54. Throwing money at kids improves reading skills (06 November 2006)
  55. Saddam Hussein sentenced to death (05 November 2006)
  56. Tele-evangelist admits to "sexual immorality" (05 November 2006)
  57. Hilary Benn supposedly wants a ban on cluster bombs (05 November 2006)
  58. Not many people attend a climate change rally in London (04 November 2006)
  59. The UK public is allegedly against "green" taxes (04 November 2006)
  60. The end of fish as we know it (03 November 2006)
  61. Britain the most watched society on Earth (02 November 2006)
  62. Britain's teenagers allegedly badly behaved (02 November 2006)
  63. London commuters are a problem for Cambridge (01 November 2006)
  64. US says only it should be able to meddle in Lebanon (01 November 2006)

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