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Recently I went on a wild goose chase. On a bicycle. It actually wasn't as silly as it sounds. Several migratory bird species come to the area where I live every autumn to spend their winter here, where it's a lot warmer than where they come from. A festival is held in early October to … Continue reading Wild goose chase, migration and being seasonal
Whether you are someone who menstruates, used to menstruate or is yet to menstruate, or know someones who menstruates, (so essentially, pretty much everyone!), the environmental impacts of menstrual products may not be something you're aware of. Environmenstrual week in the UK (19-25th Oct) hopes to change that by raising the issues involved, promoting alternatives … Continue reading Environmenstrual week
Today (22nd April) is Earth Day. In 2020 this is the 50th year that the day has been marked, and this year the organisers have identified climate change as the single biggest issue facing the planet. The history of Earth Day is rooted in civil action and growing awareness of environmental issues, and for 2020 … Continue reading Earth day: a movement not a day