On a boat 15 miles off the coast of New Orleans, Louisiana, and the Gulf of Mexico was blisteringly hot. All around were oil rigs. Some were huge tangles of scaffolding and metal beams; others resembled small cities.
Old MacDonald has a lot to answer for. Many generations have started out listening to that tale of a farmer and his various animals in perhaps the world’s most recognisable nursery rhyme. That early childhood imagery has been one that
Emergency approval for a bee-harming pesticide by the UK Government has once again sent shock waves through the countryside
So, how are your New Year’s resolutions going? For many of us, resolutions revolve around doing more exercise, saving money, or eating better.
Looking back on the last year has taught me how far we’ve come as a movement and how much further we need to go, and fast
I remember it like yesterday: thirty years ago, and my first trek up the Cairngorms. My best pal Richard and I were keen to get our first glimpse of some of Scotland’s finest mountain wildlife.
Two years ago, world leaders gathered in Glasgow for crucial talks on tackling climate change. That meeting saw government pledges that narrowed the gap between a liveable future and catastrophe.