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GeorgeMonbiot
“I love not man the less, but Nature more.”
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GeorgeMonbiot 20h
Douglas, if you can answer the questions I pose in this article - and clearly you believe you can - please go ahead. PS: in political terms, Malthus was one of your lot:
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GeorgeMonbiot 21h
"Any one of the issues I am about to list could help precipitate mass starvation. And this is before you consider how they might interact." This week's column:
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
Thank you all for your kind wishes. I intend to recover as soon as I can!
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
There IS a way forward for the oceans. to give thousands of marine species a fighting chance -
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
I'm very sorry to say that we've had to cancel the talk I was to be giving in on Monday evening, as I'm unwell. We'll find another date. Many apologies.
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
Driven Grouse Shooting has severely degraded our uplands & is underpinned by . Sign petition:
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Naturesave Dec 8
So here they are, our 3 favourite books of 2017. All 3 have rewarded us, in different ways, with positive & constructive ideas to make a more positive & sustainable world. For that, we thank you
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
Replying to @petermagellan
agreed
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
Not in the summer. They will graze as high as they're allowed to go. Our natural treeline even in Scotland is well over 1,000m
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Jayne Lancer Dec 8
Really fascinating: This Is Why Beavers Being Reintroduced In Britain Is A Good And Important Thing via
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
Replying to @Mark_PPP
Which is great - but even if every woman on earth had full access, birth over death rate would fall by only one fifth. Then what?
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As It Happens Dec 8
'All of our team was in tears': Video shows a polar bear starving in the snowless North
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Nigel Warburton Dec 9
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
Replying to @daveberkeleyuk
The UK takes food from 2.4 times its agricultural land area - if that's of any use
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AP Dec 9
Hi , I found this packet of littering our beautiful . It has been there for twenty-six years. Still intact. Will you be switching to biodegradable packaging soon?
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 10
Replying to @primalcaroline
If you need to rely on climate science denial to make the argument ...
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Natalya Lozovaya Dec 9
Every year around this time I love to revisit this article by 'Bake them a cake, write them a poem, give them a kiss, tell them a joke, but for god’s sake stop trashing the planet to tell someone you care. All it shows is that you don’t.'
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 8
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
There's also likely to be less flooding downstream, as their dams attenuate flood peaks. Oh, and almost everyone absolutely bloody loves them.
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 8
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
Where there are beavers, there tend to be more fish (and bigger ones), more waterbirds, more otters, more insects, more bats, more amphibians, because of the extra niches they create by introducing structural complexity.
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GeorgeMonbiot Dec 8
This is wonderful news. The is a crucial keystone species. It's a great step towards
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