A hard hitting, thought provoking blog. If it is easy to double your emissions, is it equally easy to halve them?
In this blog I will explain why I am concerned about invasive species - what my small contribution has been - and why community action is the key to controlling them.
I am donating one third of the profits from my book Carbon Choices to rewilding projects. In this blog I will explain why I support rewilding and who I have supported.
Given the soaring cost of gas and electricity how can I better insulate my home? This blog will stimulate some ideas for you.
Why on Earth is a serious writer on climate change writing a blog on 'Climate Optimism'? Simply, because the solutions to climate change have multiple benefits for people, society and the environment.
In this blog, I select 24 recommendations from the action plan within my book Carbon Choices. These are 24 things that I wish government, business and/ or individuals would choose to do.
Guest blog by Craig Wright, a freelance copywriter with a keen interest in environmentalism and community-based climate activism.
COP26 has been and gone. Should I be glad that something was agreed, or sad that it is clearly not enough? Glass half full, or half empty? Optimistic or pessimistic? Read on to reveal my mix of emotions.
In this article I outline how we have waged a 'war' against the harm caused by smoking over several decades and how this is a good analogy for how society should tackle our climate crisis. First published as an opinion piece in the Scotsman on 8 October 2021.