Sony closes Driveclub’s Evolution Studios

Sony has announced the closure of the UK’s Evolution Studios. The Cheshire-based video games development house dates back to 1999, and had most recently worked on the troubled PlayStation title Driveclub. Sony has confirmed that there will be at least some compulsory redundancies as a consequence of its decision. The announcement closely follows Microsoft’s announcement […]

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Solar storage tiles and paint: how to make old homes more energy efficient

Did you know more people die from the cold in Australia than they do in Sweden? According to a study published in The Lancet medical journal in 2015, around 6% of deaths in Australia are attributable to exposure to moderate cold (under 18C in Australia) compared to 4% in Sweden. Part of the problem is […]

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Everything worth Knowing about AIPMT – Affiliated Colleges, Important Dates, and more

AIPMT 2016 is going to be an offline medical test to be written with only ball pen which is going to take place on 3rd May, 2016 (Sunday). The exam duration will be of 03 hours i.e., between 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. Students can obtain the list of cities where AIPMT 2016 will be […]

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Rainforest Alliance claims paper industry helps conservation

 Credit: © ShutterstockWhen 2 opposing forces can be presented alongside each other, sometimes all becomes a lot clearer. In the case of The Rainforest Alliance and the Asia Pulp and Paper company (APP), perhaps you will agree. The Alliance audited all of the pledges made by this beleaguered deforester and came up with quite a […]

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H&M’s new eco collection features a £150 dress you could get married in

If you’ve never managed to get your hands on one of H&M’s much-desired designer collaborations then may we alert you to one of it’s less ubiquitous and – dare we say it – more desirable capsule collections? Every spring the Swedish retailer serves up a collection of ethically-made pieces under name Conscious Exclusive. Working with […]

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Viridor energy from waste incinerator at Splott to get £110m finance from European Investment Bank

The controversial energy from waste incinerator at Splott is to get £110m in support from the European Investment Bank (EIB), it has been confirmed. During a site visit to the facility, owned by Viridor, the vice president of the EIB Jonathan Taylor confirmed that the EIB expected to provide £110m to support the new facility […]

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