Author Archives: Paul

Thwaites Glacier

I didn’t sleep to well last night. On the news last night it was reported that the Thwaites Glacier in the Antarctic is melting faster than previously thought and that the “International Thwaites Glacier Collaboration” plans to deploy six teams to the remote ice … Continue reading

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Destruction and hope

“… since 1970, the number of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish worldwide has fallen by half.” WWF Living Planet Report 2014 – quoted in Doughnut Economics by Kate Raworth I have just read this fact this morning and it hit … Continue reading

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Generosity Ninjas

Generosity Ninjas. What a great idea this is, and the fact that it helps both the recipient and the giver! Advent is already several days in but I am going to try and be a Generous Ninja for the rest … Continue reading

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Hope for the future

“When I see an adult on a bicycle, I have hope for the human race.” – H G Wells

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I’m not sure who this saying is attributed to but it’s quite good! “Democracy is not about changing the people in power but about changing the minds of the people in power.” It seems to me that, too often, we … Continue reading

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Buster’s Rainbow

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A dog’s eye view

It’s October 14th, I was sat in the garden and I realised how long it is since I last put a post on this blog. It’s probably because I am involved in so many other blogs I keep forgetting to … Continue reading

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