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Category Archives: climate action
Eat wilder meat for the climate
Meat is on the agenda at the Glasgow Climate Conference. Meat and its climate impact is now at the forefront of public debate about how we the people can do our bit to Stop Climate Chaos. Naturally everybody is claiming … Continue reading
Posted in climate action, climate change, COP26, grasslands, grazing, Green Alliance Tagged diet, grazing open habitats 7 Comments
Poetry for Climate Action at COP26
I’ve mentioned before about People Need Nature’s work with The Poetry Society’s Young Poets Network. We’ve been working together for five years now, getting poets to write challenges that inspire young poets (across the world) to write about different aspects … Continue reading
Forestry Commission ignores pleas and replants conifers after Wareham Heath fire
This press release was published this morning. Wildlife charities call for new vision after Forestry England replant conifers on precious heathland RSPB, Dorset Wildlife Trust, Plantlife, Amphibian and Reptile Conservation and Butterfly Conservation have today expressed concern after Forestry England’s (FE) decision to replant pine trees on precious heathland in Wareham Forest. In the current ecological emergency, they urge FE to begin working with them on a … Continue reading
Green Industrial Revolution or Greenwash?
Earlier this week I imagined, not altogether seriously, how Boris Johnson came to create his Ten Point Plan for the climate, or the Green Industrial Revolution, if you like. At the time there was no detail other than the Prime … Continue reading
Climate Action, food and farming: a seismic shift for the NFU?
Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with my critical views on the National Farmers Union, the NFU – over the years. So be prepared for a shock, brace yourselves and read on. Or stop now if your cognitive … Continue reading
Posted in agro-ecology, Anaerobic Digester, biofuels, biogas, climate action, NFU Tagged agroecology, climate chaos, NFU 2 Comments
School Strike for the Climate
It’s still February but already feeling warm (update: winter temperatures records smashed) Thirty or forty years ago, the middle of February would normally have been the depths of winter in England, but no more: Buds are breaking, the grass is … Continue reading