It’s been a while. Two years of Covid-19 has caused not only lockdown but a fairly ingrained aversion to crowds. … Continue reading Travelling Light (Lisbon 1)
Recently, and in the face of opposition from every level of the local community from individuals through parish, county and … Continue reading Bristol Airport Expansion
The village of Charfield has long had a main railway line running through the middle of it. It’s famous, if … Continue reading Feeling Railroaded
Ok, so I guess pagans… we are connected to the natural world in a spiritual sense and find inspiration and … Continue reading A little rant on “pagan tealights”
I attended a focus group meeting this evening where the point of discussion was the Climate Crisis. Attended by people … Continue reading Greenwashing
I’ve just taken delivery of the Remembrance wreath that I will lay, on behalf of the Parish and alongside many … Continue reading An Environmental Remembrance
Back in January I blogged about a decision I’d made. Well, you know how it goes, firmly of an opinion … Continue reading Even little ol’ us…
Credit for this post goes to, and the author of the main article is, Marc Doll. I’m putting Marc’s post … Continue reading But it is worse than that.
I’ve just come back from a talk about ecocide that was kind of a memorial for Stroud-based eco-barrister, Polly Higgins, … Continue reading StopEcocide : Change the Law
I was in the thick of the Bristol #YouthStrike4Climate March the other day, and thoroughly proud of the kids. They turned out … Continue reading The Kids Are All Right!