The rapid reduction of methane emissions is a low hanging fruit for making a real inroad into climate warming.
Author: Frances Williams
Grew up in Maidstone. After degree in educational psychology worked with autistic adults. Lived in Watford for 37 years, and then in rural France (Burgundy) for 20 years. Interested in anything canine, nature, wildlife, walking, history and heritage.
Air pollution amongst others by car is detrimental to health and measures are being considered. Ella, aged seven died as a direct result of air pollution.
Dutch author Willem Frederik Hermans, on the publication of John Le Carré’s “The Spy who Came In from the Cold”, accused him of plagiarism
Although e-scooters are only legal if used on private land unless part of a government trial, thousands have been bought with a cost of as little as £300. They have become a common sight throughout the country and a hazard. To date, at least four people have died and many others have been injured, some of them with life changing injuries.
How to use the library service which embraced the digital age with access to a huge e-library in a time library use is declining
‘Library Extra’ enables customers to come into the library when no staff members are present, using a door entry system
The Assault on Truth by Peter Oborne takes us on a rollercoaster journey into the heart of recent political events with example after example of documented duplicity.
John le Carre defined the spy novel genre and moulded much of our emotional response to the Cold War, he also spanned the living memory of an entire country