I have one question... What is more important than a habitable planet earth? A very short conversation that one. We as humans are the most destructive force in this world yet also the only species capable of saving it. So let's do it! Individually, collectively we can all make a difference. For ourselves, for our children, for future generations, for humanity and for every species of life on this miraculous planet we call our home.
"I have always eaten animal flesh with a somewhat guilty conscience... Nothing will benefit health or increase chances of survival on earth as the evolution to a vegetarian diet."
Albert Einstein, 1879-1955
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- 'Either we change or we die': the radical farming project in the Amazon 27th June 2020A growing movement for sustainable agriculture in Brazil has taken on new urgency with the coronavirus pandemicThe cumaru trees could have been planted elsewhere in this Amazon reserve, where they had better chances of flourishing. Instead, they were planted in harsh, sandy soil in the dry savannah that breaks up the forest. Jack beans, guandu […]
- Country diary: an old quarry is now a mine of natural treasure 27th June 2020Ketton, Rutland: Time has enabled this abandoned cement works to regreen, making it a site of special scientific interestHere is a local landmark few would want: above a beautiful stone village, a cement works, visible for miles. Like a turret, but with pipes and chimneys climbing the walls, this compact but discordant punctuation in otherwise […]
- Spring sunshine brings butterfly abundance to fill 'that hole in our soul' 26th June 2020Whether you’re looking for something special or just enjoying the fluttering of familiar favourites, this summer looks goodMeadow browns are jinking along lanes, small tortoiseshells are unusually abundant on bramble flowers and purple emperors are attacking drones (trying to film them) in Knepp wildland in West Sussex.This week’s heatwave – after three months of what […]
- 'Great British Rain Paradox': Public unaware of UK's water scarcity 19th June 2020The risks of climate change and population growth on water scarcity in the UK remain hidden, with a new survey of 2,000 Brits revealing that water consumption is low down on the priority agenda for environmental concerns.
- Luton Airport to become 'most sustainable airport' by 2040 10th June 2020London Luton Airport has revealed an intention to become the UK's "most sustainable airport" by 2040, claiming that a planned expansion can be delivered in line with the ambitions of the Paris Agreement.
- edie's next online masterclass to focus on smart grids for business 8th June 2020edie's next masterclass has been confirmed for Thursday 25 June, and will outline how businesses can decentralise, democratise and decarbonise their energy use through smart grid technology.