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To nurture the sanctity of trees in our hearts

A cherry tree in our garden, viewed from below. Imagine a world where human life is cheap. If someone is in the queue in front of you and you are in a hurry, you take them out. If someone else … Continue reading

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T3-PIP: the small payment which could save the world…

I have been curious about the idea of lots and lots of small, regular payments by lots of people adding up to a big sum of money. And then this money being put towards saving Planet Earth from man’s desecration. … Continue reading

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Bird-friendly farming

Bird-friendly farming is a way of farming which, as well as profitably producing food for humans, preserves habitat for birds and other wildlife; protects and nurtures invertebrates; and regenerates the soil. This is done by avoiding agrichemicals, by avoiding compaction … Continue reading

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Death gardening and its colourful alternative

Here are some pictures of a roadside in the 11th District of Budapest.   Here I have highlighted the bit which was done by nature, at no cost to landowner or local council.               … Continue reading

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A simple theory of anger at suffering

I developed a simple model to explain how angry I get at injustices done to wildlife.  It might also work for war situations, treatment of minorities etc.  It is called the get-angry-about model. The degree of anger I feel about … Continue reading

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