I don’t know if you have ever been in a car accident or crash but for a very brief moment in time all your senses are heightened and it feels like everything that is happening in slow motion even though time ticks along at its same old pace. Your eyes are wide open and if … Continue reading Environmental catastrophe or slow car crash syndrome!
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
It was the worst of times but we have seen the best of many people. A time like we have never known or wish to know again – but how can we ever learn any lessons from times like this and if we do learn what will those lessons be? I wonder what will be … Continue reading A time like no other
So work for this planet like its the only one we have, becasue it is. Every little positive step is a step in the right direction. Think fair, shop fair, act fair. Support the local, act global define what is your normal. White Buffalo Calf Woman (Lakȟótiyapi: Ptesáŋwiŋ) or White Buffalo Maiden is a sacred … Continue reading There is no Planet B we are all natives to earth
Before I went to bed yesterday I knew I was struggling and looking for guidance and so I picked up two books looking for help but with the views that I hold and the hopes that mean so much to me I could find no inspiration from the pages that I turned to. I feel … Continue reading Well maybe tomorrow?
Well yesterday I looked at the Birds so it seems only fair today to cover some bees. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2008/may/13/wildlife.endangeredspecies Top 10 ways to help bees. 1. Become a beekeeper Beekeeping is a most enjoyable, fascinating and interesting hobby – and you get to eat your own honey too. Every year local beekeeping associations run courses to … Continue reading The Humble Bee
World Teach Laura Molles is so attuned to birds that she can tell where birds of some species are from just by listening to their song. She’s not a real-world Dr Doolittle. She’s an ecologist in Christchurch, New Zealand, who specializes in a little-known area of science: bird dialects. While some birds are born knowing … Continue reading Birds aren’t all singing the same song. They have dialects, too
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!
To me a ‘Good’ Joke will not only provide information and insight into the comedian but also why and when the audience member laughs provides insight into that member of the audience. Comedy may be divided into multiple genres based on the source of humor, the method of delivery, and the context in which it … Continue reading To be offended does not make you right
Donald Trump Jr’s rare sheep hunt ‘cost US taxpayers $75,000’ President Donald Trump’s eldest son and grandson took a hunting trip to Mongolia last year that reportedly cost US taxpayers over $75,000 (£59,000). Donald Trump Jr shot a rare mountain sheep and met the country’s president, according to the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in … Continue reading Oh what a Hunt!