I was trying to find something else to title this blog post, because I’m fairly certain I may be pretty close to infringing on several copyright laws right now. It’s a phrase I’ve seen multiple times recently, on leaflets, posters, badges, and most recently as the title of a book. This blog post is mainly … More There Is No Planet B
When I went into finance I had a rough idea of what it was about, what I maybe wanted to do at the end, and how my life was going to progress. Unfortunately the more and more I learned within finance the less and less I liked it. I realised pretty on when I was … More How A Degree In Finance Changed My Views
Recently I’ve been trying to do my bit in order to help the environment, but if I’m being completely honest, sometimes it feels practically impossible. It reminds me of trying to unravel an incredibly tangled ball of yarn, one that contains multiple strands of thread, each representing a different aspect. Things such as animal welfare, … More How Do You Unravel A Ball Of Yarn?
This weekend it was the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch, their 40th one to be precise, and whilst I’ve yet to take part, the work that they do is incredibly important. Over recent years bird numbers have been in decline, and whilst farmland species are those that have been hit the worst most bird species have … More We Need To Talk About The Birds And The Bees
I’m fairly certain that anyone who hasn’t been asleep for the best few years will be well aware that the world has a plastic problem. The wonder invention of the 20th century is having some serious environmental repercussions across the globe, from islands of floating rubbish, to wildlife dying after being trapped in or accidentally … More The Problem With Plastic Free