Climate Change: Vital Signs from the Planet and Its Impact on us – Guest post by Shannon Minnis

Climate change is a hot topic these days, and yes, the pun is intended. That’s because the Earth is changing at a much faster rate than it has in the past. It’s no wonder scientists are starting to become concerned. Because the term is politically charged, people tend to avoid learning more. However, it’s importantContinue reading “Climate Change: Vital Signs from the Planet and Its Impact on us – Guest post by Shannon Minnis”

My review of 2018

Hindsight is a wonderful thing, and that’s why I enjoy writing end of year posts. What’s done is done and you can look forward to a new year which you can hope will bring the promised land, even though experience teaches us that every year is a rollercoaster in its own way, with troubled timesContinue reading “My review of 2018”

New film: ‘The Carbon Farmer’

The Carbon Farmer presents a vision for UK Peatland conservation, agriculture and climate action. Before reading on you may wish to view the film itself (it’s only just over 7 minutes long). I was privileged to be involved in this project (in a very small way) from the start, speaking to the film’s producer, AndyContinue reading “New film: ‘The Carbon Farmer’”

Simple Things You Can Do To Save Coral Reefs – Guest post by Josh Kaplan

Coral reefs are one of the world’s greatest wonders. They are the ultimate place to see the immense beauty and variety of our oceans. Sadly, they’re also one of the hardest-hit parts of the environment across the planet. Thankfully, there are lots of simple, practical things you can do to protect our reefs and restoreContinue reading “Simple Things You Can Do To Save Coral Reefs – Guest post by Josh Kaplan”

Simple and Effective Home Tips to Conserve Water for the World – Guest post by David Webster

According to the BBC, “Average water consumption in the UK is 150 litres a day per person, and in the South East 130 litres a day.” And because of the increasing drought in the UK, customers were urged to cut down their consumption to 100 litres. Let’s face it: climate change is a thing andContinue reading “Simple and Effective Home Tips to Conserve Water for the World – Guest post by David Webster”