I have a minor obsession with house plants. I’ve got spider plants, rubber plants, ivy trailing everywhere around my home. I frequently run out of pots to put them in and have to buy more pots; this frees up the smaller pots, and I buy more plants. Vicious cycle. But I really do think they… Continue reading On the importance of house plants
Climate change denying president-elect (said with the contempt it deserves) Donald Trump has reiterated his campaign threat to tear up the Paris agreement signed less than a year that committed all nations to limit the global temperature rise to less than 2 degrees. Trump believes (or claims to – who really knows what’s going on beneath… Continue reading Trump’s threat to tear up the Paris agreement could help to make it law
From 5th October, if you go into a supermarket in England and fill up your trolley with the weekly shop, you better hope you brought your own bags with you. From now on, any shop in England with over 250 employees will have to comply with a new law to charge 5p for every plastic… Continue reading Will the plastic bag charge in England make any difference?