One of PET’s directors sent me an email last month. To it was appended some fascinating information re. the food chain and its impact on Life on Earth. Resonating thoughts touched on the themes of ‘interrelatedness‘ and ‘fasting as a biological form of spiritual grace.’ I’d like to share two of these resources with you. […]
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 […]
Executive summmary on P2. For pdf-size & zoom help please click here. Please remember to actively calculate, offset and further reduce your personal Carbon Footprint. Using the PET Carbon Offsetting Service is an easy way to do so which also […]
PET is about protection AND improvement — environmentally, socially and re. well-being. The last two are being put to a heavy test in these days, interestingly to the advantage of the first… We’re all responding quite positively: the air’s full of official, sensible Do’s & Don’ts; organisations (including us) are doing their bit putting together […]
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 […]
The Holistic Centers Network had a good, short blog read&view subject last week. It’s about COmmunity, COnnectivity, COllectivity, the changes that all of us can feel are currently going on around us, and Bioneers. A timely topic for the run up to Xmas.
The Scottish Rural Network, of which PET is a member, has an interesting blog on self-help communities in South Korea. Pretty far from Findhorn I hear you think; but not the self-help part. It’s of interest because it links community skills, the ageing phenomenon and social enterprise. Enjoy the blog.