As we enter a new year, one of the resolutions that increasing numbers of people are making is to try vegan for 31 days, a pledge that has become known as Veganuary.
“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.
Cost of living crisis: A new year’s resolution to be kinder to animals can help cut bills and save the planet
“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.
With The Festive Season Soon Upon Us During A Winter Of Financial Crisis, The World Outside Our Window Can Feel Distant
This is especially true where the cost of taking action to save the planet is concerned. But rather like getting treatment for a life-threatening disease, putting off doing the right thing will only cost us dear in the future. In
As billionaires fantasise about moving to Mars, it’s time to embrace nature-friendly farming to save Earth from ‘Age of Loneliness’
With the festive season soon upon us during a winter of financial crisis, the world outside our window can feel distant. Especially where the cost of taking action to save the planet is concerned
Regular readers of my blogs will know that I’m very much in favour of restoring farmed animals to our fields and bringing landscapes to life through rewilding.
This year’s UN climate change conference – COP27 – took place in Sharm-el-Sheikh in Egypt and ran into overtime as negotiators struggled to agree commitments to tackle the climate emergency.