Tag Archives: ethics

A life of cycling

My daughter’s face on Christmas day, when I opened the front door to reveal her brand new (to her anyway) pink bicycle, was classic! She was wearing her American Indian dressing up outfit and her new shoes, and she spent … Continue reading

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The Problem is the Solution

A few years ago I did a Permaculture Design Course. It was a two-week intensive course, and I vividly remember another student telling me how naive I was. I still believed I could fix the world… Years on, a lot … Continue reading

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I’m not a pumpkin protestor!

Walking home in the early evening darkness, I was surrounded by the smell of fireworks. For most people, the 5th November is not about remembering an historical event in which a guy tried to blow up parliament. It is about … Continue reading

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