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A community of artists, curators & researchers exploring creative responses to or : creative conversations for the
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Virtue Sep 20
Did you know that each year around 90,000 male calves are shot dead within their first few days of life in the UK Dairy Industry? Did you know that every time you buy milk, cheese or any other dairy product you are supporting this? Time to ditch dairy!
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#WOMENSART 13h
'Poppy',1852, by Anna Atkins, UK pioneer in photography and botany, created by cyanotype process, such photographs were among 1st ever published
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Elementum Journal 12h
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MarkGoldthorpe Sep 21
In A Scanner Darkly & others, Philip K Dick wrote his experience, not ‘fiction’. For Dick, ‘reality’ was the world turning into a simulacrum, and humans divorced from nature as a vague blur: simulated, scrambled versions.
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Extinction Symbol Sep 20
The Scottish Wildcat Is Disappearing. Can It Be Saved?
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National Poo Museum Sep 20
Our CEO has a special message for you all about ’s this Saturday.
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syd🌹🌱 Sep 20
You can feel smug about human superiority over animals, but the sixth mass extinction isn’t happening in the Cephalopodocene 🦑
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The CryptoNaturalist Sep 19
Two paths to magic: Imagination and paying attention. Imagination is the fiction we love. Attention is about active noticing. An acorn. The geometry of a bee hive. The complexity of whale song. Purposeful consideration. Real magic requires your choice to notice. Meet it halfway.
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Dick King-Smith HQ Sep 18
Shrews sometimes travel in a sort of ‘conga line’ formation, with the mother leading, and all the little shrews grasping the tail of the shrew in front. This is known as a ‘caravan’ or if you prefer, a shrew-shrew train.
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Gabriele Bammer Sep 20
Understanding bias: You can’t overcome bias by telling someone they are wrong, you need to give them an alternative explanation of complexity
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Sue Hayman Sep 19
Hoping to meet soon to discuss the and how we tackle habitat loss and species decline across the UK. Nature and the environment must be central to decision making.
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MarkGoldthorpe Sep 20
Looking for a headline that says it all? 'Humanity Has Killed 83% of All Wild Mammals and Half of All Plants'. Biomass annihilation estimates that summon Friedrich Nietzsche’s famous abyss ... Thanks for the article via
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MarkGoldthorpe Sep 19
Pleased to have produced the website, proud of my mother's work producing the book A Sound Revolution - and of my grandmother for such a huge invention (Sapphox changed the course of modern recorded music) & legal struggle!
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Patrick Barkham Sep 18
200 ideas to revive British wildlife – read 's manifesto ahead of this Sat. Many simple & practical – eg, twin every school with a farm, ban snares, wildlife ponds for all parks. please free to pinch any!
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Rewilding Europe Sep 18
The “Lords of the Rhodopean Skies” exhibition that took place this summer thrilled and inspired people in three Bulgarian cities & raised the profile of the ongoing rewilding initiative in the Rhodope Mountains.
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Bill McKibben Sep 18
The iron law of climate change is: the less you did to cause it, the more likely you are to pay the price
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cyntia goldthorpe Sep 19
My mother, Marie Killick's story has inspired me to ask my son Mark to set up a website about her invention and Legal battle with Pye Radio. To be found at . I have written a book about her invention & 10 year legal battle with Pye Ltd
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GeorgeMonbiot Sep 19
Here's the , commissioned and edited by (I'm one of many contributors). It's great - and necessary:
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ClimateCultures Sep 19
"You might think politicians would want to follow the views of the public, yet climate change seems to have slipped political minds, even though the UK isn't on target to meet long-term commitments & has just experienced freak weather almost certainly caused by climate change."
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MarkGoldthorpe Sep 19
Microscopes & telescopes selectively bring the small and distant into human focus. But selecting some things means excluding others, helping to simplify the complex. What instrument could bring complexity itself within our scope?
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