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Degrees of Capture - Universities, the Oil Industry and Climate Change

Degrees of Capture – Universities, the Oil Industry and Climate Change

This report examines the relationship between the oil and gas industry and the UK higher education sector, and assesses this in the context of climate change. It asks if some parts of the higher education sector have been ‘captured’by the industry. The report looks in detail at how much influence oil and gas companies have...
Some Common Concerns: Imagining BP’s Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Pipelines System

Some Common Concerns: Imagining BP’s Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Pipelines System

Some Common Concerns was written by PLATFORM and published with Corner House, Friends of the Earth & Kurdish Human Rights Project in October 2002. The book imagines what the proposed Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline system would be like if it were built. It recounts the 13 years of planning, the political positioning of the three host countries...

The Snowflake in Hell and the Baked Alaska: Improbability, Intimacy and Change in the Public Realm

In Locality, Regeneration and Divers[c]ities, Eds Sarah Bennett and John Butler, Intellect Books, University of Plymouth In 1993, on the very outskirts of Budapest, Hungary,  the ‘Statue Park Museum’ opened. It was born out of the idea of a literary historian who, four years earlier, had proposed that “all the various Lenin statues from all over...