There has been a lot of publicity about the concept of ‘rewilding’. And I have read quite a lot of… Read more Rewilding — what’s it all about?
I regularly travel to and from London, and almost exclusively travel by train. This is not because it has a… Read more How environmentally friendly is rail transport?
Lead is well known to be a poison. And for that reason, lead was banned in petrol. How perverse is it… Read more Leading the way to poison
I regularly travel to and from London, and almost exclusively travel by train. This is not because it has a… Read more Trains: are they low carbon?
Check out Mark Avery’s blogs this week — I have posted a Guest blog about grouse shooting. We thought it… Read more Mark Avery this week
World Land Trust over the past decade has organised Symposia for its partner organisations about every 18 months or so.… Read more Mexico Here we come
World Land Trust (WLT) created Big Match Fortnight a few years ago, as an annual major fundraiser. Over the years… Read more Big Match Fortnight
Over the past few years I have written and broadcast fairly regularly about the inappropriateness of increasing the number of goats in Africa
During my time as CEO of World Land Trust this rarely happened (unfortunately). But sometimes a fundraising appeal can raise more… Read more What happens when a charity raises more money than is targeted in an appeal?
For several years now I have been researching fraud and faking in a wide range of areas. My primary interest… Read more Scientific Fraud