Stollen can be tricky. It can turn out too heavy, too dry, not spicy enough, outright boring. Commercially baked ones often override the latter by adding lots and lots of sugar, but that doesn’t do […]
The German city of Nürnberg (or Nuremberg) is famous for all sorts of reasons, not all of them as benign as its Bratwurst (tiny grilled sausages served in a bun) and Christmas market. However, in […]
For a change, something really positive here… We are the business of inspiring young people to be curious and ask quesitons, to get into nature and experience the small and big wonders of it, to […]
This says it all!
Foteini Tziata has hit the nail on the head with her blog about consumerism, and especially her post on Black Friday. Read it here!
Of course, there are many platforms from which one can argue for or against BRexit: economy, solidarity, self-determination, global citizenship, money, peace, environment, to name a few. And of course, some say BRexit was going […]
Halloween: number two trash festival in a calendar of many From a pagan to a pre-Christian Celtic festival, to All Saints’ Eve, Halloween seem to have a long history associated with ancestor worship and remembering […]
The latest IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 ºC spells it out very clearly: we have no time to waste in our efforts to limit the global average […]
Mainstream media often miss the point when it comes to sustainability. Canned air from mountain locations has wider implications than being a fad for the easily conned rich.
From today, 1 January 2018, China will stop to import and recycle 24 categories of our waste, in a move to improve environmental conditions, the health of the population and quality control of products. The […]