What’s up with all this erratic recycling? I don’t mean on an individual level, I mean in terms of what is provided. My mum’s street takes almost everything weekly and so does mine, which is great. But my boyfriend’s house (which is in the same town) doesn’t take paper, and my friend’s (also in this … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Where’s the Summer?
One small warning please: Due to the hugely variable nature of weather, this post is only really relevant to the UK. Sorry. – It was my birthday yesterday and while I was walking to my mother’s house, I wore a winter coat while getting rained on. This has never, ever, happened before in my life. … Continue reading
I’m loving this picture from Occupy Wall Street’s facebook page – it shows there really is no space too small for some green-fingered biological miracles. When I move to Brighton (so unbelievably excited) the flat I’m renting doesn’t have a garden but it does have a large outside-ey windowsill and I’m planning to grow kitchen herbs … Continue reading
It’s worth a try for recycled paper!
My mum told me something recently that really made my day. Basically, she had been having a conversation with an old friend over email about Polly Higgins and her attempts to make ecocide a crime. My mother’s friend was commenting on how Polly’s books are printed on FSC certified paper… Now I wouldn’t blame you … Continue reading