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The Paris Agreement will succeed without the USA

The USA’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement is a reminder that populous, industrialising countries deserve more attention, argues Alastair Marsh. 

Fred Starr recollects... end of the road

When I began driving, it needed a long downhill stretch of the M1 to hit 70 mph. A couple of years later, 70 was officially imposed, but until the coming...

Get talking: composite regulations are out of step

Professor Janice Dulieu-Barton discusses the importance of modernising composite materials regulations.

3D printing is here to stay

Martyn Jones believes the recent acquisitions of 3D printing companies by global manufacturers can mean only one thing.

Get talking: glass in the circular economy

President of British Glass discusses the importance of sustainable operations and the role of glass in the UK

Get talking: improving the image of shale gas

Steve Kirby discusses the public image of fracking

Fred Starr recollects: bolting for cover

Fred Starr recalls a heated debate over nuts and bolts

Fred Starr recollects: waters of destruction

Fred Starr puts the UK’s burst water mains into perspective, recounting his experience with dirty water in Pakistan.

Get talking: Fracking – a lesson in bad PR?

Mike Turner CEng FIMMM and Dr Andrew Sturgeon CEng FIMMM, Chair of the IOM3 Oil and Gas Division, give their thoughts on how fracking has been communicated to the public. 

Fred Starr recollects: Brief Encounter

Fred Starr recalls his efforts to discuss metal dusting in 1997 and how they were sabotaged 

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