Plastic

https://everydayplastic.us20.list-manage.com/track/click?u=0771637bad33cb2bee41d92c9&id=f77f464e6c&e=357e00ff48 Everyday Plastic Survey Let the collecting commence!From the moment you woke up this morning until the minute you go to bed on Sunday, you’ll be collecting every piece of plastic waste your household creates this week as part of The Everyday Plastic Survey. We hope you’ve all had a chance to watch last Thursday’s Read more about Plastic[…]

The Water Cycle and Climate change

https://www.climaterealityproject.org/sites/climaterealityproject.org/files/WaterCycle.pdf As temperatures rise, evaporation increases and soils dry out. When rain does come,it often falls as a violent downpour that doesn’t do much to help crops or other plants. Instead of gently soaking into the soil, the water hits very hard ground and runs off, often causing disastrous flooding before draining into rivers and Read more about The Water Cycle and Climate change[…]

The Return

For a moment we hover at the Peak, the pinnacle, the turning point. And then the seasons turn once more. The sun begins to waneImperceptibly at first, the morning and then the evening, quietly begin to draw in. The slow descent into winter begins. So here we are. The hum of the distant motorway is Read more about The Return[…]

Coming back to Earth

I stop. Look up. Blue sky. Green hedge. Solid Earth. I land,Feeling gravity holding me close. Where have I been? Away with the fairies over the summer solstice. Journeying. The circle has gone now, vanishing as quickly as it appeared.It’s good to come back down to Earth Grounded. I roll onto my belly, feeling my Read more about Coming back to Earth[…]

Place, Purpose, Community

Wonderland Summer Soltice FestivalBriony Greenhill – Paradigm Shift https://www.wonderlandfestival.org/programme Acres of Ancestry by Marlanda Dekine-Sapient Soul For the descendants of Africans living in the USA pursuing justice for 1.5 million acres of Black-owned land. As long as I have a pig and garden, no one can tell me what to do. —Fannie Lou Hamer Mine Read more about Place, Purpose, Community[…]