Two days ago I’d never heard of Andrew Bolt, but now I know he’s an Australian journalist, and a grade A fool.
At the latest Velo City conference, the annual international summit of the European Cyclists’ Federation that was held in Dublin this year, Dutch blogger and cycling enthusiast,… Read more “What does good cycling infrastructure even look like?”
Venice is sinking and Lapland has no snow. Locals increasingly face extreme rainfall, drought and heatwaves. The damage to our climate has impacted our ecosystems, economies and human health, and worryingly, projections show that these extremes will only increase and worsen over many European regions.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water. Local County Councils in Ireland have been issuing warnings for, Palm Oil Fatbergs, that… Read more “Palm Oil “Fatbergs” Washing Up on Irish Shores”
Last March, I was fortunate enough to take my bike on a trip around Northern Spain. Though I found the odd vegan restaurant, I definitely felt like… Read more “Vegan Paella”
There are a few reasons why we should eat in season fruit. Firstly, it’s good for the planet, as it promotes the balance and order of the Earth’s natural cycles.
Last year, a study showed about 8 million metric tons of plastic waste flowed into our seas and oceans, enough to grow a second Brazil. Most of this… Read more “Clutching at Straws: 8 Plastics Worse than Straws”