Since Beth graduated from her Distance Learning College Degree in Environmental Economics, Liam’s respect for his daughter had grown enormously. Her long held interest in and concern for the natural world had never been shaken and was now stronger than ever. He couldn’...

Liam felt isolated in his belief that Regulations to support the restoration of biodiversity and halting and reversing man made climate change were making life unbearable. He could not understand why others, in his family for example, didn’t voice their feelings on the...

Liam’s anger continued towards those who believed in the World View Equal Nature (WOVEN) philosophy recognising the place of humans in nature not above nature. He could now at least admit that his anger was mostly about the policymakers and the policy decisions they ma...

It is said that everyone likes a good listener, an attentive, non-judgemental, undemanding listener. Hearing everything; saying nothing. Their listener was accepted by the family and had been around for a large part of Beth’s young life. Beth and her parents spoke free...

Liam’s anger overwhelmed him. He knew what he was angry about but not who he should be angry with. He saw the need for the new WOVEN philosophy of humans in nature not above nature. He saw the need but found it difficult to accept. What had it come to when humans deser...

January 16, 2020

Laugh Kookaburra laugh was a song that I knew and thought to be the essence of Australia when I first visited almost forty years ago. A happy, confident joy filled country, on the up. When we as a family first heard a kookaburra ‘laughing’ in the wild, sitting in a gum...

December 6, 2019

It has been a while since I wrote a piece for my blog. In fact I have spent most of 2019 troubled by issues of climate change, loss of biodiversity, Extinction Rebellion protests and the work of Greta Thunberg and the school student Friday afternoon protest. I am disma...

This is based upon a piece that I wrote recently for my local Beekeeping Association.

Springtime Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving (The American version) occurs in November and celebrates the Pilgrim Fathers. The feasting gives thanks for the country’s bounty. In UK we have our...

February 8, 2019

The way in which living things are given their formal Latin names is systematic in so much as the first part of the name signifies the group of organisms reckoned to be very similar or somehow related in evolutionary terms. The second part of the name is descriptive, u...

November 24, 2018

In recent days there have been fresh reports in the media relevant to the UK reinforcing earlier messages about lost biodiversity including declines in wild flower species, bird and insect species; existing and newly arrived tree pests and diseases. It is now believed...

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