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Monthly Archives: May 2018
The snowstorm of emails asking your permission to stay on mailing lists has finally abated. If you, like me, have also noticed that some of the websites you previously visited are no longer there, that’s also because of GDPR – … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, GDPR Tagged data protection, GDPR 7 Comments
Natural Capital thinking leads us astray
It seemed appropriate that I should take part in a debate about natural capital and wetlands yesterday, on International Biodiversity Day. I was invited (I think) to be the Natural Capital dissident. It was a good debate and I enjoyed … Continue reading
Posted in biodiversity, Lush Times, Natural Capital Tagged international biodiversity day, Lush Times, Natural Capital 13 Comments
Losing the Muscle from Brussels risks leaving the environment protected by a Paper Tiger
Now that the consultation over the future of farm support in England has finished, Defra – the UK Government‘s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs – tells us that more than 44,000 responses have been received. So many thanks … Continue reading
Posted in Brexit, European environment policy, Lush Times, No Tern Unstoned Tagged Brexit, Lush Times, Michael Gove, new watchdog 1 Comment
Yes today I’m celebrating five years of a new nature blog. I can’t quite believe it myself. Five years seems like a long time, perhaps because so many things have happened in that time, with the big one … Continue reading
Posted in blogging Tagged five years, new nature blog 13 Comments
Sainsburys and Asda’s owners are “in the money”, but the cost is on us.
A shock wave ran through the world of food, farming and shopping last week as news of a plan to merge supermarket giants Sainsburys and Asda was leaked. Supermarkets now dominate food shopping – and many other parts of … Continue reading
Posted in Food, Lush Times, No Tern Unstoned, supermarkets Tagged Asda, cheap food, Lush Times, No Tern Unstoned, Sainsburys 4 Comments
Health and Harmony: Last chance to respond.
I’m posting this here as well as on the PNN website, for maximum reach. It’s the People Need Nature response to Michael Gove’s consultation on the future of agriculture in England. If you haven’t submitted a response yet, please find … Continue reading
Posted in Agriculture policy, Brexit, People Need Nature Tagged Agriculture, Brexit, Health and Harmony, Michael Gove, People Need Nature Leave a comment