Challenging Habitat Blog

G7 Think about all the PLASTIC (please)!

Some people combine serious thought with fun and art…Phil Hambling is one of them:

Saturday is burning day!

Have you ever noticed the black columns of smoke rising to the sky in rural England on a Saturday evening? Saturday is burning day for waste that isn’t legal to burn: bailing plastic, tyres, feed and fertiliser bags,… Read More

World Parks sponsored the Darwin200 UK Voyage

Watch a summary of the circumnavigation and big thanks to World Parks on YouTube:

Darwin200 UK

A few days ago I shared my excitement about my involvement with the organisation Darwin 200 and the UK launch of its Ocean Science and Conservation programme [LINK]. The tall ship Pelican of London has safely arrived at… Read More

You take care of what you love, don’t you?

For a change, something really positive here… We are the business of inspiring young people to be curious and ask questions, to get into nature and experience the small and big wonders of it, to make sense of… Read More

(no) Time to Waste! – Halloween

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 dead including… Read More

(no) Time to Waste!

The latest IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 ÂșC spells it out very clearly: we have no time to waste in our efforts to limit the global average temperature increase to… Read More

Is the ban of waste imports by China going to be a wake-up call?

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 dimensions of this… Read More