Monthly Archives: January 2016

Marine life ~ time overdue to protect and defend.

Ginny Battson © 2011 Last weekend’s announcement that 23 new Marine Conservation Zones (MCZ) are to be established around UK seas is a small step towards the full protections we ought to be affording our living oceans and coastal habitats. … Continue reading

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My early nature connection; home, play and special mentors

Please find my latest blog as guest writer for key nature website Nearby Wild, an initiative dedicated to celebrating and enhancing local wildlife near to where we live. On my own early nature connection and the significance of Mentors

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Monknash and the Anthropocene

I am at Monknash SSSI on the South Wales coast, protected for its abundance of special geology and rare species. A handful of humans and our canine companions are wandering the beach towards Cwm Marcross, beneath magnificent Liassic cliffs just … Continue reading

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A brief response to Jan 2016 POST-Note Parliamentary Briefing on Policy.

Here’s the latest briefing from the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, Houses of Parliament “Trends in Environment” If you care about nature, do read it. As per usual, the UK science community advising here FAIL to raise the importance … Continue reading

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