15 November, 2019
Back to Basics
On the 6th - 7th of November I attended Ecomondo, the Green Technology Expo, located near the seaside town of Rimni, Italy. After a relatively pain free, all be it mammoth journey, I arrived false
14 November, 2019
Blended learning, which mixes traditional face-to-face sessions with online learning, has become increasingly popular over the years. This style of learning provides a way to engage learners through false
12 November, 2019
The Environment Bill
The Environment Bill has been in the news a lot lately. On 29th October, it passed its second reading by MPs unopposed, but it still has a long way to go to receive royal assent and actually make it false
1 November, 2019
Tailored and bespoke learning
In this blog, we are going to look at the benefits of bespoke eLearning development against opting for a tailored approach or generic off-the-shelf content use (both of which obviously have their own false
16 October, 2019
Improving Air Quality: Combustion Plant Directives
Regulation of emissions to air from large combustion processes is well established; The Large Combustion Plant Directive (LCPD), issued in 2001, was a European directive which required member states false
3 October, 2019
What can you learn in 90 seconds?
Often called the “explainer video”, our learning animations provide your people with a concise understanding of any given subject. Our innovative and creative way makes our animations perfect for any false
2 October, 2019
Liberalism & Sustainability
I was listening to the old wireless on Wednesday last week at a moment when Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson, was addressing her party conference.
22 July, 2019
Oil, energy, social management and well-being.
Recently in a rather heated exchange with an old Australian pal (old in age and because I have know him for 30 years) he contended that the climate change theory was a hoax. "Green house gasses may false
17 June, 2019
"The UK committing to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 is historic."
The announcement from the outgoing UK Prime Minister Theresa May on June 12th can be read in many ways. Politically it could be holding the future PM hostage to fortune, having to implement a policy false