Green Issues: Power of Passions
Mar08

Green Issues: Power of Passions

I receive a large number of emails asking me to sign this petition, share that petition, email my MP about this or that…and it got me thinking about the wide range of people’s passions. We are all aware of the huge push to reduce plastic right now and that has come from one person’s lifelong passion for the environment and the natural world. Sir David Attenborough has been an inspiration to generations and his programmes have no...

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That’s not my badger!
Feb23

That’s not my badger!

My background is in environmental education and this is a subject that I think is more important than ever right now. As a race we have become so bogged down in the daily running of our lives that we form a bubble around ourselves that appears to limit our vision of the wider world. I am guilty of this too, sometimes. You can forget that there is so much beauty and wonder in the world if you only stop to take a moment. As children,...

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Future of bioluminescence
Feb08

Future of bioluminescence

The mighty power of plants is incredible and awe-inspiring. Saplings force their way up through stones and tree roots cause pavements to erupt. Some seeds can remain dormant for years before magically coming to life and producing wonderous flowers and leaves. The snowdrops, crocuses and early daffodils brave the still freezing temperatures to remind us that there is new life to be found in the dark grey winter months. Plants have been...

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It’s expensive to shop green
Jan26

It’s expensive to shop green

Since the airing of Blue Planet II there has been much talk and debate about the extent of our use of plastic. Theresa May has given the token politician’s speech about abolishing all ‘avoidable’ plastic waste by 2042, a move that has drawn criticism from environmental groups for lacking detail and having too long a timescale. She has spoken about supermarkets having ‘plastic free’ aisles which, if was brought into reality, would be a...

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DO SOMETHING, SO SOMETHING GETS DONE
Dec29

DO SOMETHING, SO SOMETHING GETS DONE

So we’ve reached the end of another year. I hope you all had a joyous Christmas and made sure you kept your waste to a minimum!  It’s hard, I know, but remember, every small action has a consequence and as a friend of mine always says, “Whenever you do something, something gets done”.  So in light of this I thought it would be a good time to write about a few things that make our global community shine; about those people who ‘do...

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