The life cycle of a pangolin with upsetting details. https://www.worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustainability-works/posts/wwf-teams-up-with-microsoft-volunteers-to-protect-pangolins Well one year on from the terrible pandemic that swept the world do we remember the supposed start of it in a wild animal meat market in China. It was said to have been a bat or a pangolin that transferred the virus mutation toContinue reading “The Pangolin”
I found this very moving. Thank you Amanda Gorman for your inspiration.
By Mrinalini Raj It makes you realise it is ultimately the Nature which is superior and not the human, a human rather is a part of Nature and not the sovereign. A barefoot walk on the rocks.
A poem by Mahesh Mali It isn’t just the impact on the human casualties at the time, but war is also a terrible contribution to global warming and desertification that wrecks the ecosystem. The impact of the wars in the first couple of decades of the new millennium will be felt for generations to comeContinue reading “War — Awesomengers”
Living in a very rural area close to several large farms and many public footpaths through them I frequently witness some worrying things going on when out walking. At one time I supported Compassion in World Farming (https://www.ciwf.org.uk, and later on just became more into general animal issues by supporting the RSPCA. Now I mostlyContinue reading “Compassionate Farming?”