I’ve been away from this blog for nearly a year, but I have returned today to bring it back to life. It has been a busy time. My main reason for putting the blog on hold is pictured below, hiding behind a fig leaf. My son was born in June last year and he has given me joy every day since then. I try to see the world through his eyes now. I have also been busy writing a book (more news on that soon, I hope).
Hot off the press
- Dying to save the world
- Frying eggs, flying foxes, dying wasps, crying shame
- In Zambia: A moonbow, an elephant and strange toilet
- It will take hundreds of Al Gores or millions of ‘little people’ to overcome the political inertia on climate change
- After a baby and a book Under the Banyan is back
- Pastoralists in the Media: Three ‘E’s please
- Climate change: Teens teach where others don’t reach
- A changing climate demands change in narratives
- King Bruno: A chimpanzee's tale of tragedy and hope
- When maps lie (Africa gets short-changed again)
- Postcard from Qatar: A rainbow of rabbits and soft fluffy chicks
- A challenge: To anyone who ever used the phrase "tree-hugger"
- How to talk to the media... How not to talk to the media
- Malaysia's million dollar question -- where did the logs come from?
- The dark history and uncertain future of edible pink gold
- Pastoralists in the Media: Three 'E's please
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