That’s what this new Dutch website, Recht om te Weten (The Right to Know), aims to tell you. And it’s not the work of some nutter: the Dutch environment ministry is paying for it and it’s being run by a bunch of environmental organisations with support from the University of Nijmegen. What it does is relate your postcode to registered factory emissions and figure your risk. An initial glance suggests that you’re better off living in Nijmegen than in Rotterdam, particularly anywhere near the oil and chemical installations in the harbour. I think the server will be pretty busy tonight.
- More registered than apparent actual unemployed in Spain
Are Spanish unemployment statistics the result of fraud or incompetence?
- Foundry extension near Castellbisbal
This is Celsa‘s bigger, badder steel recycling plant on the Castellbisbal side of the Llobregat, taken from the train on the
- “Atlas of European values”
Turks care about 5 times more about the living conditions of their fellow Europeans than the Spanish, says this chart, more
- Shipping news
Public auctions of wrecks in Barcelona, Pontevedra and Algeciras, with thoughts on how to reduce blogging competition.
- Theo van Gogh film @ the Filmoteca
Tomorrow at 7:30 they’re showing old fatso’s low-budget, quasi-real, low/high culture Interview (“The cabinet’s going to fall tonight and I’ve got