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The RSA has a clutch of blogs under its virtual roof with news and debate for the New Year.

Carbonlimited is the RSA's project exploring personal carbon trading.  Their blog has the latest news and ideas and reflections on the project from Fellows and the team.

On the Arts and Ecology blog, there are some thought-provoking ideas about life without toasters, TVs and stereos.  And from our library and archive blogs, this week's featured book from the Fellow's library explores the motives of terrorists, and our archives put the 'Royal' in the RSA.  Enjoy!

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