Guest blogs

Guest blogs – get in touch if you’d like to write one. I can’t promise I’ll say yes until I see it – but that seems fair.

These are the Guest blogs published here so far this year:

The Good Intentions Paving Company by Tim Bidie (aka Monro) 14 January

Shared Planet by Mary Colwell-Hector 15 January

Response to Tim Bidie by Hugh Webster 15 January

The potential extinction of a not so horrid spider by Vanessa Amaral-Rogers 16 January

Where green objectives clash by Peter Marren 26 January

SWAFH by Rodney Hale 28 January

Snail trail by James Harding-Morris 6 February

Food security by Roderick Leslie 2 March

The case against the EU by Richard Wayre 11 March

In favour of the EU by Richard Wilson 19 March

Today should be Derek Ratcliffe’s National Peregrine Day by Stuart Housden 21 April

A story of nature and human wellbeing by Andy Atkins 5 May

‘So Ben, about this list’ by Ben Hoare 18 May

Minds and happiness flourish with outdoor learning by Emma Websdale 24 June

 

My thanks to all the above – who would like to be next?

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2 Replies to “Guest blogs”

  1. An interesting addition to the food security debate: the Natural Capital Committee have pointed out that if we allowed fish stocks to recover to an optimum harvestable level we could significantly increase the sustainable volume of fish caught - as was the case in the past, when landings were significantly higher - so a very obvious way to improve our food security. The barrier is the need to reduce fishing effort to recover stocks.

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    1. Roderick - indeed http://www.rspb.org.uk/community/ourwork/b/martinharper/archive/2012/06/10/feeding-the-world-less-is-more.aspx

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