Hydrogen cars for the masses

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Remember breathing in the horrible air as you walk past a queue of traffic? That could be a thing of the past!

Drive into the future now hydrogen cars are on British roads. 


With Hyundai and Toyota leading the market at the moment, and Honda set to release a model in 2017, the future is nigh.

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Aquaponics – farming of the future!

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Aquaponics is a very sustainable farming system that has been in development since the 17th century and now you can do it too.

A free webinar is available courtesy of Living Madala, so you can create your own aquaponics greenhouse! It’s only available until the 14th November so make sure to take a look soon.


To register and receive an email of the recording click here!

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Tips for keeping bonfire night wildlife-friendly

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A quick guide courtesy of the RSPB about making sure you celebrate the event without causing too much disruption to birds, hedgehogs, and many other critters!

You may even be able to help them out at the end of the evening too.


Image: Ben Hall

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Farmers’ Market – 28th October

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farmers marketPop down to University Square between 10am and 3pm for the Farmers’ Market, Wednesday 28th October.

Browse a selection of locally-sourced, fairly priced, and environmentally-friendly foods and produce.

Typical stalls include: Hindleys Bakery, hot food stalls, Brockleby’s pies, Elizabeth Patisserie, and Norbury Norrest’s fruit products.

Click here for more information!

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Event: Governance and the Sustainable Development Goals

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seminarMuirhead Tower, Room 417, Thursday 22nd October 2015, 16:30-18:00.

University of Manchester’s Professor David Hulme will be speaking at this International Development Department Seminar. Discuss how governance got into the Sustainable Development Goals and what it means.


Click here for more information.