Category Archives: climate change

2015: thrice the kingfisher

I saw kingfishers along the river Crane three┬átimes this year. Each time I thought I’d burst. It’s amazing they’re thriving, given that the river has suffered four big ‘pollution incidents’ in the last four years.* The first glimpse of ice … Continue reading

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Take a walk, Mrs Merkel: dispatch from high above the G7 summit

At the tree line on Mount Schachen on the last day of May it was noisy. The mountain was being prepared for total shutdown. If the G7 is all about soft diplomacy, then there’s a chance our leaders might be influenced by more visceral experience. Please, Mrs Merkel, take them for a walk. Continue reading

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