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Human Impact

It doesn’t happen very often, but every now and then when we free camp I’m disgusted. To find a beautiful place in the mountains or the bush marred by the thoughtless and senseless actions of others really upsets me. 427 more words

Blogging

A farmer's contribution to wildlife

It seems a bit farfetched to send in this picture for Frank Jansen’s Tuesday Photo Challenge: Human Impact, but let me explain why I do it anyway. 183 more words

Dordrecht, My Hometown

Welcome to the "anthropocene"

The worrying impact of humans on the physical environment has reached the point where it has arguably generated a whole new geological era: welcome to the anthropocene:

Geography In The News

The Edge of the Bay - Koli Fishing Communities around Bombay

Hidden amongst the mangrove swamps of ‘Bombay’ there remain many Koli fishing communities. The original dwellers of the islands. As mangrove swamps disappear, so are the communities. 412 more words

The human impact on the natural environment is actually slowing down

Researchers have found that while the impact of human activity on the planet is continuing to grow, it’s now doing so at a slower rate than our economic and population growth. 772 more words

ENVIRONMENT

The Fox and the Dragonfly (Maritime Adventure Part 2)

I arrived in PEI National Park today – a long, narrow tract of land that encompasses miles and miles of pristine beaches and soft sand dunes.   755 more words

Nature Writing

Blink

Folkestone and Hythe in Transition showed Racing Extinction last week.  It’s moving, sad and I fully understood some whole new ways we’re harming the planet!  If Earth were a flat we were renting at this point we’d definitely not get our deposit back. 262 more words

Folkestone