After 3 years leading the Future Climate – Engineering Solutions project Alison Cooke has handed over the baton to Daniel Kenning. Daniel is a Fellow of The IMechE and has been a supporter of FC-ES for almost two years. He is also Chair of the IMechE’s Energy, Environment and Sustainability Group. Paul Jowitt has also agreed to support Daniel from within The Institution of Civil Engineers.
The Mayden Foundation is delighted to announce that Business Against Poverty will form the main focus of the Foundation’s work for the financial year 2013-14. Chris May, chair of Trustees, has been elected as the Business Director of Business Against Poverty for the year and will use the Foundation’s resources to enhance member benefits and increase membership of the Business Against Poverty network.
The latest project by the Mayden Foundation, a website collating national energy plans required to tackle catastrophic climate change, was launched at the UN International Climate Change Conference in Doha, Qatar (COP18) earlier this week. Read More
November saw Bible Reflections welcome it’s 50,000th visitor this year. Visitor numbers are slowly climbing and have just passed 8,000 per month with 20,000 pages viewed. In particular, US visitors have been growing at a steady rate and will soon pass those from the UK.
The Mayden Foundation has been invited to officially launch the Future Climate website to an audience of technology negotiators at the UN International Climate Change Conference (COP18) which this year is to be held in Qatar. It is hoped the event will provide an opportunity to get more countries involved in the debate – and willing to supply data to support the aims of the website.
Today the Mayden Foundation begins work on a new website bringing together the national energy plans of countries around the world.
Linking with experts at Cambridge University, the Institute of Mechanical Engineers and the Department of Energy and Climate Change, the Future Climate – Engineering Solutions website will allow the public to place in stark contrast the energy plans of their governments with those recommended by independent technical experts within their own borders.
Launch is expected before the end of the year.
After some consideration, due to other capacity pressures, it has been decided to delay the launch of Healthy Curiosity for one year.
The site launch will now be reviewed in April 2013.
The Mayden Foundation has a new website! This one in fact. The new site has been developed in WordPress and is hosted on the Mayden WordPress network. We’d love to know what you think of it – all comments submitted through the Contact Us would be much appreciated.
The Mayden Foundation’s first web project, Bible Reflections – has been honoured at the Christian New Media Awards. Read More
The Mayden Foundation has started work on the development of a new website – HealthyCuriosity – designed to support people with long term conditions. Read More