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  • Milton Keynes Three Lake Walk

    Milton Keynes Three Lake Walk

    As a small child I remember sitting inside school at wet playtime, watching as the rain drops splashed down heavily in the puddles outside, dreamily staring as... Read more

    The 01 February 2017 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
  • 2500 Miles Jan Update

    2500 Miles Update

    Well that is month one coming to an end (OK there are a few hours left, but I'm not planning on walking very much more, bar to my bed, and maybe the kitchen... Read more

    The 31 January 2017 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
  • Platform Addition for the Justice Democrats

    Platform Addition Justice Democrats

    Justice Democrats Platform Omission Monarch butterfly at Coldwater Farm. I agree with the 20 items included in the Justice Democrats platform. My concerns for... Read more

    The 26 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
  • Why You Should Care: Trump’s Order on the Border Wall

    Should Care: Trump’s Order Border Wall

    GR: In the midst of the greatest mass extinction in Earth history, the U. S. government is stepping in to do even more to disrupt wildlife movements and put mor... Read more

    The 26 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
  • Causes, Effects and Solutions to Smog Pollution

    Causes, Effects Solutions Smog Pollution

    What is Smog? Smog is a serious problem in most big urban areas. The emissions from vehicles and industries as well as the combustion of wood and coal together... Read more

    The 23 January 2017 by   Rinkesh
  • 35 Reasons Why We Need to Be Environmentally Conscious

    Reasons Need Environmentally Conscious

    It is critical to protect the environment so as to reduce the destruction of eco-systems caused by a myriad of anthropogenic activities. Read more

    The 18 January 2017 by   Rinkesh
  • Koalas Are Fading Away

    Koalas Fading Away

    GR: I would add that not only are habitat losses causing greater short-term harm than climate change, so are invasive species. Read more

    The 16 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
  • Taking My Breath Away

    Taking Breath Away

    As a wildlife watcher there are spectacles I have seen that have taken my breath away, from thousands of Pink-footed geese taking to flight in the setting sun,... Read more

    The 12 January 2017 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
  • Inaugural Environmental Arsehat of the Year

    Inaugural Environmental Arsehat Year

    As you recall, I asked both for your nominations and your votes for the inaugural Environmental Arsehat of the Year. Nominees could be a person or an entity... Read more

    The 09 January 2017 by   Bradshaw
  • Maps Reveal How Global Consumption Hurts Wildlife

    Maps Reveal Global Consumption Hurts Wildlife

    Map shows species-threat hot spots linked to consumption in the United States. The scale bars indicate the total of all the fractions of threats to land or... Read more

    The 05 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers