So I have just renewed my membership of Moor Trees a fantastic rewilding charity based here in Devon. Their long term vision is for a Wild Heart of Dartmoor, a core zone that is predominantly wooded and largely shaped by natural processes, but combined with low density grazing. The core zone would be surrounded by … Continue reading Ecological Spring cleaning
I don’t know about you but nothing feels normal about this year and it is just a little bat sh*t crazy. It seems on the news that one problem was kind of sorted and a new thing would pop straight up in its place a little bit like the arcade game below. Continue reading How our brains are processing the pandemic
The responsibility concerning the collapse of the world’s ecosystems, the destruction of its environment and an inaction on these destructive policies , falls at our doors today, into our bank accounts when we get paid and out of our wallets when we buy something. Bolsonaro’s cultural genocide of native people and Ecocide of Amazon Rainforest … Continue reading Consumption Activism!
I have become obsessed and passionate about ecocide and rewilding since lockdown in my bubble. Globally there are many areas of wildlife that can be rewilded and enable the eco-defence shield and buffering of Mother Nature or earth, but the re-establishment of wildlife areas and prevention of the dismantlement of what is still left is … Continue reading A time of rebirth
It’s very simple, but very difficult to see that any political, legal or economic structure are comprehending it and if they do not comprehend it in our lifetime they and us we risk planetary suicide, murder and death. We need to stop Ecocide. ecocide/ˈiːkə(ʊ)sʌɪd/ Learn to pronounce nounnoun: ecocide destruction of the natural environment, especially … Continue reading What it takes to save a planet’s people?
I have just seen on the news and now also read on the NY Times oil article about oil. I signed up to a NY Times subscription this week and also pay my BBC subs online so feel ok posting this article. I can’t believe black gold or oil is now in negative equity in … Continue reading Black Gold
Rain helps extinguish Chernobyl forest fire Burned trees are seen after a forest fire outside the settlement of Poliske located in the 30 km (19 miles) exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Photo: Reuters Pavel Polityuk April 15 2020 01:30 AM A huge fire that tore through forests around the defunct Chernobyl nuclear … Continue reading CND – Rain helps to extinguish fire from Irish Independent
Are we living on a conscious planet known to some as Gaia or described as mother nature by others?What does she want and what is she prepared to do to get it? Have we taken her for granted are we at risk of killing her (and ourselves) if we do not learn from our industrial … Continue reading Gaia Theory
Well social isolation for all except those that work in the serve us sector the cleaners, the shelf stackers and carers are prity much keeping society on life support from now on and they are the so called low skilled and certainly low paid. Continue reading Mad world on life support