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The 30 by 30 campaign was conceived in 2018/19 to protect 30% of the planets terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems in a natural state via protected areas or other effective conservation mechanisms, indigenous and community led conservation projects. The strategy consists of three areas: Building political support, ensuring local and indigenous support and boosting funding forContinue reading “30 by 30”
Not all slugs are bad – introducing the Leopard slug (Limax maximus) More than a few British gardeners have some choice words when you mention slugs and snails and they have a myriad of ways to try and stop them from munching on their flowers and vegetables. From slug pellets to copper strips, beer trapsContinue reading “Not all slugs are bad – introducing the Leopard slug ( Limax maximus )”
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished” – Lao Tzu In the last blog we started looking at how connecting with nature can help with mental illness and wellbeing. The concept of ‘forest bathing’ has become a trendy topic in recent years with numerous research articles and other publications extolling the benefits of beingContinue reading “Connecting with Nature”
Most of us are very much aware of the prominence of mental heath in the news, especially during their current pandemic, more so with the various lockdown restrictions and the message to ‘stay at home’. Having worked in the land based sector for over 25 years and previously suffering from depression, I am very muchContinue reading “Plants, mental health and wellbeing”
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