Some friends and I in Breathe are supporting a US campaign to turn off the TV if only for a week. TV while occasionally enjoyable more often than not can suck creativity and imagination right out from your brain. Instead we live life and experience
There are a lot of good sites out there that give you the lowdown on climate change – start at this one from the BBC and then follow the links around….
It has always seemed to me to be faulty logic to secure peace by investing in weapons. So the news that the British parliament has voted to spend huge sums of money on a weapon system no one wants to use, against enemies we don’t
If the environment is your thing then you may want to look at Avaaz.org and sign their petition on climate change….they campaign on other things too
The week passes and the blog remains updated, it’s a poor show to be honest but not as poor as a few other areas. Depending on how you look at it my ‘ethical’ record has been poor over recent weeks. For example that long haul
I haven’t written anything for what seems ages, and the busier I get the easier it is for the day to day ethical living habits to slip. Why is that? Is it because ethical doesn’t equal easy?Anyway, the wife and I are planning our holidays
It’s not often in the UK that you get intelligent documentaries that combine faith and the environment. Last nights’ ‘God is Green’ on Channel 4 was the first that I can remember. You might even be able to watch it here (although you’ll need to
This news article made me think – as if my head wasn’t full already thinking about where I shop. I’ve never been tempted to become vegetarian on the basis of cruelty, although I think farms should take reasonable care of animals, I don’t have an