After travelling to Myanmar last month I reflect on what it will mean for Myanmar to develop. Will it be necessary to compromise nature and people for the sake of development? … More Myanmar’s Development Journey
I finally found it! A reusable metal straw sitting atop the ultimate refreshing tropical drink. My taste buds and sustainability brain rejoice! But that’s not all. I’ve also found a place that uses biogas produced from food waste to cook the most glorious vegetarian food without the obligatory spoonfuls of sugar and msg found elsewhere; food … More The Quest for the Reusable Straw
I briefly met Louise Gray, author of The Ethical Carnivore a couple of years ago at a friend’s birthday dinner at her Bruntsfield flat in Edinburgh. It was a ‘potluck’ style affair, where everyone brings something to share. I remember tasting one of Louise’s yummy venison sausages, while being told that she shot the deer, … More The Ethical Carnivore
Those pesky humans, they just keep on pestering me. Right when I’ve just laid the perfect nest and my little ones are preparing to come into the world. I’ve spent ages getting everything just right. They just come along, right under my tree, making me really anxious. Today a human with a body the colour of … More Nature Attacks!