Category Archives: biodiversity

allowing nature to unfold

“Where once there was a global, strong, resilient, functionally interconnected nest of ecosystems, today in so many places life is clinging on and hanging together by a thread. In many places those fine threads have already broken and much life … Continue reading

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Britain’s national parks

I thought this would be of interest to readers – it is a 100 second film about national parks showing the percentage of land devoted to different uses. UK National Parks in 100 Seconds – YouTube  

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