You probably heard it before. Climate change and human pressures (increased pollution, deforestation, harvesting, nutrient inputs, noise etc..) are the major culprits of 'biodiversity loss'.
But after reading a few articles and worrying for a while, it all washes up over our heads as we get on with our daily tasks. I mean, biodiversity loss might happen but it will not directly impact us on our limited time on this planet. Maybe it will our gran children, maybe our great great grand children. But hey, I am single and even the idea of children seem so far away. So I get on with my day, with this idea of biodiversity loss hiding somewhere behind my endless to-do list. Maybe to reappear in my job (I am interested in understanding what will cause it, how to slow it down, and how are organisms really impacted by changes in their environments). Nonetheless, if I, a person who is in the ecology science field, don't spend much of my day worrying, how can we get everyone else to worry and actually do something to slow down all of the pressures that we are putting in the environment?
As I mentioned in a previous post , I have recently came back from a great big trip to Hong Kong ! Apart from the impressive city , where I felt the clash of the western world with original Chinese culture , i was even more impressed by the zero waste attitude.
Yes, because let’s be honest... I wasn’t expecting to find any (Maybe I was a naive traveller...).
Hello again everyone!
I tend to listen to podcasts a lot, as they can be a great way to make your mind think, while you are doing other things (from cycling to work, to running to cleaning the house) - so I decided to share some of my favourites with you!
This week post is a collection of my top 3 'on sustainability' podcasts!
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