Science needs the facts. Climate change needs drastic and emergency action. A Climate Emergency exists – the science proves it. However Extinction Rebellion are targeting the wrong people and sending out a message which I don’t believe will help get more people involved and engaged in the longer term. This wave of protests has ledContinue reading “Why Extinction Rebellion Need to Change Tactics”
The Bay Trust are an inspiring education, conservation and preservation charity based on the White Cliffs of Dover. They’re on a mission to get communities working collaboratively and igniting the public’s curiosity in nature and the world around them. They do this through a number of means – from sustainable working to outdoors learning and evenContinue reading “The Bay Trust”
For this week, I’ve put together some of the pictures I took at April’s Fed Cup. Held at the Copperbox arena in London, the GB tennis team battled to victory against Kazakhstan for a place in tennis’ World Group. Pictures above (clockwise): 1. The GB bench cheer on the team, 2 and 3. The GBContinue reading “The Fed Cup | #ThrowbackThursday”
If you’re after a new TV show packed with cuteness and inspiring insights in the natural world then you have to watch Animals at Play on BBC 2. As Gordon Buchanan investigates – your kids may run riot when they play but this actually has a proper reason behind it. All animals spend vast amountsContinue reading “Animals at Play | BBC 2”
This week Britain baked in seriously uncomfortable temperatures of nearly 40C, breaking the all time UK record of 38.5C. This isn’t the full story as it followed a record breaking June across Europe as far as heatwaves are concerned. Why has it been so hot, and is the climate change to blame? If it isContinue reading “Why has it been so hot? |#ClimateTalk”
For this week’s Throwback Thursday – here are some of my pictures from the Eastbourne tennis tournament in June.
Pictures of London are all over the place but here, I wanted to capture some more original views of the capital. These pictures were taken across quite a wide period of time – back when Big Ben had no scaffolding to just a week or so ago.
…. or a clownfish! 🙂 These fish, which are also called anemone fish are probably one of the most recognisable of all. Named perhaps after sea anemones which they could share their habitat with, each fish is incredibly similar – they’ve only got super small differences in shape and places they inhabit. Before they takeContinue reading “Finding Nemo…”
As a short disclaimer before you read the rest of the article. Since Sunday I’ve become aware of some horrendous stories about the back of the pack. Apart from my XS t-shirt I didn’t experience a lot of what has been shared. On Sunday I saw no sweeper vehicle, but as I write below I’veContinue reading “I DID IT!!! – and some thoughts…”