Monthly Archives: September 2012

I can’t be an engineer: I’m a girl!

What links Peggy Seeger’s 1970’s songI’m gonna be an Engineer to our Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious Grant Report: I Cant be an Engineer I’m a Girl! Forty years later it seems little has changed as evidenced by the email sent by … Continue reading

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Minister of State @ Rexpo, 18 – 19 Sept

Rexpo offers all you need to know about Renewable Energy & Green Deal with a wealth of opportunities in the growing low carbon and renewable energy marketplace.  People setting the agenda Include: Speaker profile: Greg Barker MP, Minister of State … Continue reading

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SCC Scrutiny Cttee Agenda – 17 Sept

Once again our thanks go to Alan Kewley for circulating Sheffield City Council’s full agenda for its Scrutiny Committee Meeting on 17-Sept which is now on their website:–sustainability/agendas-2012/17th-september-2012-special. Also included is the Council’s Cabinet Meeting 22-Aug 2012 – Draft minutes  at which … Continue reading

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Sheffield Renewables Share Offer Launch

A warm invitation to Sheffield Renewables  Share Offer launch event. to everyone who has worked with them on  Saturday, 15th September, from 3pm to 5pm at the Central United Reformed Church on Nofolk Street. It will be a chance to … Continue reading

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Geo-engineering, transport, widening access to engineering

Developing knowledge of geo-engineering, transport, climate change, energy and transport with possible links to widening access for engineering to disadvantaged communities, young people, ethnic minorities, girls and women. The little research unearthed (no pun intended) so far is fascinating.  Making me … Continue reading

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Sheffield buses – Council Scrutiny Cttee 17 Sept

A special meeting of the council’s relevant Scrutiny Committee has been called on 17-Sept to reconsider in more detail the decision about the future of Sheffield Buses made at the Cabinet meeting on 22-Aug, which has been “called in” ––sustainability … Continue reading

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