“May you live in interesting times” is an English expression believed to be a translation of a traditional Chinese curse. At first the words seem like a blessing, but with a little thought, the irony soon becomes clear....
All life on our planet is interconnected and our future depends on treating it with compassion and respect. By recognising this, we can protect the world’s wildlife and soils as if our life depends on it – because it does. As things stand, we only have sixty harvests left. ...
Thor the walrus resting on a Hampshire beach overnight
Pls give this magnificent creature the respect & consideration it deserves
We all remember the tragic and heartbreaking fate of Freya in Norway
Thor is an example of our rare & precious wildlife, not a tourist attraction pic.twitter.com/fXO1kAPnyJ
Just imagine living your life as a factory farmed sow in one of these cages – facing a wall, unable to turn around but giving birth to your babies, over and over again
Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365-page book
Let’s write a good one and #EndTheCageAge for email@example.com/W4mDHe1L8A