Azara Blog: April 2007 archive summary

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  1. Urban Design and People (30 April 2007)
  2. Cambridge ruling elite ponder trying to make Cambridge more attractive (30 April 2007)
  3. The Financial Times has a special "environment" issue in its magazine (29 April 2007)
  4. Canada pretty much abandons the Kyoto Protocol (28 April 2007)
  5. A "public" consultation about human-animal hybrid embryos (28 April 2007)
  6. "Experts" cannot agree about the safety, or not, of powerlines (28 April 2007)
  7. Alcohol Concern proposes ridiculous tightening of alcohol laws (27 April 2007)
  8. Rich people are healthier than poor people (27 April 2007)
  9. Kew wants more money for its seed bank (26 April 2007)
  10. Programme on Radio 4 looks at so-called organic food (26 April 2007)
  11. Why sustainable development might be bad for the environment (25 April 2007)
  12. Fortnightly rubbish collections allegedly increases recycling (25 April 2007)
  13. The government wants unisex toilets in secondary schools (25 April 2007)
  14. Blair gives his latest revisionist statement about terrorism (24 April 2007)
  15. Student loan petition on Downing Street website (24 April 2007)
  16. Concern about the alleged danger of robots (24 April 2007)
  17. Some teachers' union wants investigation of the safety of wi-fi networks (23 April 2007)
  18. Award for stopping overfishing of Atlantic wild salmon (22 April 2007)
  19. A programme aimed at obese children (22 April 2007)
  20. Canada is in trouble over Kyoto emission targets (21 April 2007)
  21. Immigration is allegedly at a tipping point (21 April 2007)
  22. Stress is allegedly threatening the world (20 April 2007)
  23. British beaches are allegedly drowning in litter (20 April 2007)
  24. NATO discusses latest US star wars proposal (19 April 2007)
  25. HRT increases the risk of ovarian cancer (19 April 2007)
  26. Ethanol vehicles might have negative impact on human health (18 April 2007)
  27. Decline in leaves might be behind decline in amphibians in Costa Rica (18 April 2007)
  28. Britain stages a climate change debate at the UN (18 April 2007)
  29. Kilimanjaro glaciers allegedly will be around for longer than thought (17 April 2007)
  30. Government wants to tempt some motorists to take up road pricing (17 April 2007)
  31. The UK government wants to lock up more mentally ill people (16 April 2007)
  32. Every household in the UK might get an electricity monitor (16 April 2007)
  33. Hilary Benn derides the concept of the "war on terror" (16 April 2007)
  34. Tories play kindergarten games over Defence Secretary (15 April 2007)
  35. Google's dominance in search market allegedly being challenged (14 April 2007)
  36. A warm (and sunny) April in the UK (14 April 2007)
  37. Surprise: house prices in the UK are high (13 April 2007)
  38. First evidence of a genetic component to obesity (13 April 2007)
  39. Ashwell is going to propose new scheme for Cambridge railway area (13 April 2007)
  40. Correlation found between persistent organic pesticides and insulin resistance (12 April 2007)
  41. A-level students should allegedly be bribed to study science (12 April 2007)
  42. The latest UK Social Trends report is released (11 April 2007)
  43. Galapagos Islands allegedly under threat (11 April 2007)
  44. Forests in the far northern hemisphere allegedly bad for global warming (10 April 2007)
  45. EU court rules a woman does not have right to use embryos without partner's consent (10 April 2007)
  46. The BBC claims the Belgians have a waste paradise (10 April 2007)
  47. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis tell the US to get lost (09 April 2007)
  48. Poor children do better if they go to good schools (09 April 2007)
  49. A proposal to introduce an arbitrary inter-country carbon tax (08 April 2007)
  50. Most of the Cambridgeshire ruling elite have called for the A14 to be upgraded (07 April 2007)
  51. Iran claims CIA involved in the torture of one of their diplomats (07 April 2007)
  52. IPCC releases latest report on the impact of climate change (06 April 2007)
  53. Fungi in southern England doing well under climate change (06 April 2007)
  54. Committee of MPs think that hybrid embryos should not be banned (05 April 2007)
  55. Children who spend more time in nursery are allegedly more anti-social (05 April 2007)
  56. Insulin might be produced by GM plants (04 April 2007)
  57. Planning permission for wind turbines and solar panels on homes is supposed to be made easier (04 April 2007)
  58. Britain will allegedly not even come close to hitting EU renewable energy targets (02 April 2007)
  59. The British public allegedly do not like 'green' taxes (02 April 2007)
  60. Prescription charges end in Wales (01 April 2007)
  61. New guidance for doctors concerned with dying people (01 April 2007)

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