Happy Easter to you all. May the light of this season empower our every thought, word and deed going forward in this challenging time. Here’s a good, 3min review of Bill Gates’ book: How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, the solutions we have and the breakthroughs we need. [click on his image] Balanced, in my […]
During our first virtual AGM at the beginning of the month (thanks to all PETmembers for joining us for an enjoyable and informative hour) mention was made of a speech by Paul Hawken. I was intrigued so I found a pdf of it online which I’d like to share with you. If you don’t agree […]
As lockdown is being loosened and we refill the social and economic vacuum, here’s some food for thought on going back to our (new?) normal routines and choices. There is plenty of evidence that climate change is already affecting our food system. Imports of avocados, coffee and courgettes have already been squeezed, and UK farming […]
The food sector, which includes farming, silvopasture, agroforestry, grazing, food waste, and dietary choices—is one of the two largest contributors to global warming, the other being transport. As a solution, it has the potential to be the largest sector in terms of its contribution. It can not only reduce and stop emissions, but it can […]
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Below are the quarterly updated Carbon Offset results of the Findhorn Ecovillage Community, from the start of PET’s Offset Service in December 2017. A big thank you to all who have offset their carbon emissions through our service. This is one of those personal actions you CAN tell your friends & colleagues about — it’s […]
Scotland’s Climate Week is 7-13 October. Check out the activities: http://www.greenerscotland.org/scotland%E2%80%99s-climate-week-tackling-the-climate-emergency-together