NB: I try to keep this blog non-academic, however this blog post is adapted from an essay I recently wrote, so a bit of theory might sneak in. I haven't referenced it traditionally but have included a further reading section at the end if anything discussed here takes your fancy. Biodiversity. Important it is. For … Continue reading Leave us the Birds and the Bees: Communicating the Importance of Biodiversity
Turn the lights off or the teddy bear gets it. It's been a little while since my last review, but I have enjoyed every minute of this one! The book in question is George Marshall's 2014 book Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change, which is still super-duper relevant five years … Continue reading Book Discussion Series #5: Don’t Even Think About It
Extinction Rebellion, Greta, changing language, an existential crisis and sir David... These past few weeks have been choc full of climate activism of different sorts, from the extreme to the sedate, it's hard to gauge the full effects that these "campaigns" have. Is it individual or cumulative, and may it in some of the more … Continue reading Climate: A Hot Topic Indeed
I drafted this post a couple of weeks ago and have been sitting on whether to post it or not, but I decided to go for it... let's raise the debate, what's the worst that could happen? Basically, I was watching The Big Questions (a beeb Sunday morning debate programme) and one of the questions … Continue reading Environmentalism as a new religion?
The 20th of this month marked the one year anniversary of my first post to this blog. And what a wild ride this year has been! From that initial post (inspired ironically my frustrations at the government - nothing has changed there!) to sitting here writing this post at the Stockholm Environment Institute in York, … Continue reading Reflections on a year in the Blogosphere