I share my reflections on a powerful and inspirational day at the People’s Walk for Wildlife.
I discuss my thoughts on Brexit and the negative impacts it could have on our environment.
Links of the week. The best environmental and other links and reads that I've stumbled across in the past few weeks.
Most of the protection for our precious wildlife and habitats stems from EU nature laws. But these laws are now under threat from a review by the EU Commission. Find out more in this blog and take part in the huge joint campaign.
For Day 17 of 30 Days Wild I got involved in today's mass climate change lobby, Speak Up For The Love Of... You can also get involved here.
My trip to Hay Festival and how it is a sign of the times. It's a literature festival that shows a shift towards nature and environmental themes in its books, authors and talks.
Hunting is a complex issue that is not as black and white as the debate implies. It's a difficult issue for environmentalism. This post is a discussion of the intricacies and double standards of this debate.
Intersting, inspirational and amusing reads regarding the election, Conservative government, nature, threat to wildlife and left wing politics I came across in the past week.
I told myself I would not post another political post after my last one. I honestly try to be nonpartisan and I never used to be so political. It's very hard not to be when you live and breathe trying to save the environment, however. I've always been an optimist but even if I wasn't… Continue reading My thoughts on the election outcome
Why it's important to vote in this election and some help with deciding on who to vote for. Issues with our last government; environment and austerity. A look at the environmental policies in the manifestos.