Time the UK woke up to Cold Economy – Toby Peters

July 31st, 2015|Viewpoints|

A recent article in Time Magazine suggested that most truly world-changing innovations are only obvious in hindsight. That’s entirely true. The internet has revolutionised our lives to such a degree that business, entertainment, healthcare and [...]

Change is in the air – Laura Gilmore

July 30th, 2015|Viewpoints|

Five years ago, I shared a lift with the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. It would appear that Boris is not one for uncomfortable silences, so he started talking to me about jogging. I told [...]

To advance food security, cold chains have to get moving – Toby Peters

July 15th, 2015|Viewpoints|

On July 14, Baroness Northover, Liberal Democrat spokesperson for International Development chaired an event at the House of Lords: ‘Sustainably Meeting the Global Food Crisis: Why we need to ‘green’ cold chains’. How to feed [...]

Let’s Clear the Air – Dr Tim Fox

July 3rd, 2015|Viewpoints|

As the mercury rose to record heights this week, I wonder how many of us gazed at the London skyline and thought about the quality of the air we breathe. Back in the 1950s, the [...]

Clean power: greening the built environment – Michael Ayres

June 18th, 2015|Viewpoints|

Last month it came to light that a number of ‘diesel farms’ have been established in the UK, and subsidised by the Government, to provide additional power to the grid. Typically, these ‘mini power plants’ [...]

Clean cold technologies: enabling a leapfrog to sustainable economic growth – Dr Tim Fox

May 15th, 2015|Viewpoints|

How do we meet the food demands of a booming and increasingly affluent population while reducing the stress on natural resources and minimising environmental degradation? Food security is going to be the defining challenge of [...]