Ecosystems on the edge of a warming world

Article originally written for The Climate Corner - click here to visit the amazing website for other interesting environmental articles. From shifting weather patterns and rising sea levels to catastrophic floods and threatened food production, climate change is one of the defining issues of our time. The impacts of climate change are global in scope … Continue reading Ecosystems on the edge of a warming world

The Open Wilding Project – rewilding the UK – Science, Conservation, Environment

**Calling all Environmental Science students and anyone interested in protecting nature** An amazing new rewilding project in the UK has recently been launched of which I am now a voting member of the committee! We are looking for students within the Environmental Sciences (and similar), universities, the public and specialists to all come and join … Continue reading The Open Wilding Project – rewilding the UK – Science, Conservation, Environment

Shinrin Yoku – ‘Forest Bathe’ your troubles away – A prescription from Nature

Shinrin Yoku - It sounds like something on the local takeaway menu or maybe a mysterious Japanese rice wine however, Shinrin Yoku is the art of 'Forest Bathing'. Developed in 1980's Japan, it is a Japanese pastime that promises complete mental and physical rejuvenation. The simple art of Forest Bathing involves stretching, meditating, inhaling tree … Continue reading Shinrin Yoku – ‘Forest Bathe’ your troubles away – A prescription from Nature

Filas, Ducks and the Mountain Snob – a character building journey to Snowdon

This story starts in the quiet outskirts of Brighton. The road that I live on backing out into the South Downs National Park - I can smell the grass from my window in Hangleton. For some, walking and hiking is just a means to get from one place to another but for me it's another … Continue reading Filas, Ducks and the Mountain Snob – a character building journey to Snowdon

Bucketlistspiration…10 of The Most Fascinating Places on Earth…

It is hard to believe that our Earth has such fascinating and awe-inspiring places to discover - places most of us have never seen and places we can only imagine in our wildest dreams. From majestic waterfalls to fiery holes of hell these places do exist and make me want to pack my bags and … Continue reading Bucketlistspiration…10 of The Most Fascinating Places on Earth…

The Open Wilding Project – rewilding the UK – Science, Conservation, Environment

**Calling all Environmental Science students and anyone interested in protecting nature** An amazing new rewilding project in the UK has recently been launched of which I am now a voting member of the committee! We are looking for students within the Environmental Sciences (and similar), universities, the public and specialists to all come and join … Continue reading The Open Wilding Project – rewilding the UK – Science, Conservation, Environment

The New Patagonia Express – Guest Blog from Olly at aplantogo.com

So here we have it, a wonderful guest blog written by the adventurous Olly. Enjoy.... Having travelled through over 80 countries, all 7 continents and worked in travel for almost 2 decades, Olly created APlanToGo.com to share his experiences. On this blog he creates free, highly-detailed itineraries for all budgets, with accommodation, transport and sightseeing recommendations, plus … Continue reading The New Patagonia Express – Guest Blog from Olly at aplantogo.com