An ode to Trump and his idea of ‘fair’.

https://www.facebook.com/Earthjustice/videos/10158227156380301/ Mr. Trump, you said yourself that that US energy policies will fully utilise energy sources, whilst protecting, “...our clean air, clean water, and natural habitats." If you don't want to be viewed by the global population as a hypocrite then make America great, clear the 'swamp' and increase energy security for your people by … Continue reading An ode to Trump and his idea of ‘fair’.

If there is one lesson that mankind should learn today, it is this

https://youtu.be/VAz0bOtfVfE What Satish Kumar teaches us in this video is sadly one of the most paved over teachings of our generation and likely many generations to come. We are slowly rapidly losing one of the most fundamental senses of our species; to learn with our hands and our hearts. Schools do not teach you this. … Continue reading If there is one lesson that mankind should learn today, it is this

When you know what you could lose, will you then start to care?

This TED talk is one of the most moving I've seen for a long while. Not only has Paul Nicklen disproven many of the opinions of public concerning stigmas around Arctic life, he also demonstrates that if climate change continues at the predicted rate, then we have a lot more to be concerned about than if a Leopard seal … Continue reading When you know what you could lose, will you then start to care?

Why we need to stay in the EU; an environmental perspective

Something rarely mentioned within the political back and forth of the IN and OUT campaigns is the consequences for the environment. The EU is far from perfect, and yes there is much that can be improved. The Common Agriculture Policy, for example, has consistently prioritised large agribusiness and industrial farming over more sustainable approaches. The … Continue reading Why we need to stay in the EU; an environmental perspective