Monthly Archives: June 2012

World Environment Day: A Call to Arms

It’s World Environment Day – twenty years since the Rio Convention where, in 1992, it looked as if global governance might have been able to save the environment.  Since then, the slip-slide of global democracy has failed to make any … Continue reading

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‘Food For Free’ and the Bees

I have a friend who is both a chef and a bit of a gardener and forager.  He runs a blog called ‘Food is Free‘ where he writes up recipes he has cooked using ingredients sourced growing wild.  Even though … Continue reading

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