Moley, moley, moley – Guest post by Robert Blakemore

Although the UK’s State of Nature Report (2016) shows that many species are in decline, they also report that moles (Talpa spp.) are holding their ground with an estimated population of 41 million (Ref.; Ref.). This excludes Ireland that has no moles – a hangover from the ice age – while resident moles have seemingly … Continue reading Moley, moley, moley – Guest post by Robert Blakemore

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The Camomile Road

When Alice went down the rabbit hole or when the children stepped through the wardrobe they found themselves in a completely new and strange situation; unexpected; unimaginable; unbelievable perhaps. Their new world offered adventure and danger but also hope, intrigue and escape. The worlds of Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) and CS Lewis have become … Continue reading The Camomile Road

Green Upgrades for an Environmentally Friendly Home – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Switching to an eco-friendly way of life is something we all need to do as soon as possible because that’s the only way to save our planet from an impending ecological disaster. Although this seems like a fight that’s already lost, we all have to act and contribute to this cause and if we introduce … Continue reading Green Upgrades for an Environmentally Friendly Home – Guest post by Emma Joyce

New report suggests that trees on farms are essential to improve productivity and environmental protection post Brexit

Major agroforestry trials should be established during the EU withdrawal period according to a report launched today by the Woodland Trust and the Soil Association. The policy document, entitled “Agroforestry in England: Benefits, Barriers and Opportunities” also suggests that government support for farmer-led research and innovation networks seeking to integrate trees and agriculture should be trialled. … Continue reading New report suggests that trees on farms are essential to improve productivity and environmental protection post Brexit

How Does The Modern Fish Farm Impact on the Earth? – guest post by Justin Hester

The Impacts of Fish Farming Industrial fish farming poses a substantial risk to the health of our planet's oceans. The complex ecosystem that lives beneath our waters is easily susceptible to the effects of pollution and other forms of human interaction. Fish farming not only threatens sea life, but also harms the livelihoods of the … Continue reading How Does The Modern Fish Farm Impact on the Earth? – guest post by Justin Hester

How to Reduce Waste and create a better future for the Earth – Guest post by Andrea Larson

People produce tons of waste annually and only a very small amount of that waste is recycled. People are smart enough to use a bin. They use bins only to collect the rubbish and throw it away. Many people are not really concerned about nature and the environment, and it is now a serious issue. … Continue reading How to Reduce Waste and create a better future for the Earth – Guest post by Andrea Larson

How to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Doing your part to protect the environment may seem like something unimportant, but it can play a major role in big environmental issues. This goes far beyond recycling and buying organic food, which has become a constantly rising trend. Now, the time has come to pay more attention to some serious problems and do everything … Continue reading How to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly – Guest post by Emma Joyce

An art project to make cities greener

Make 100 Trees is the latest project by London-based designer and artist Margarita Mitrovic. The concept of the project is to make 100 artworks of trees, which will directly fund the planting of 100 real trees. By depicting each tree in a different style and technique, the artist aims to demonstrate their uniqueness, individuality and … Continue reading An art project to make cities greener