Not having to spend an entire weekend catching up on a week's work and trying to get ahead of the next week's, and, admittedly, being away from the family has given me the opportunity engage more in the community. It's a bit ironic, really, that stepping away from a job, where I'm a very visible … Continue reading Give, don’t ‘give up’ time for yourself and nature
We're all geography activists, and a fair few of us descended upon Sheffield this weekend! Pt.1 of my #GAConf18 review. Featuring: @The_GA, @nicklapthorn, @DanRavenEllison, #GeographyActivist, #NationalParkCity
Being a Bay, you'd think San Francisco was worried about sea-level rise. But what's coming up from under their feet is just as alarming and it's the poorest who will suffer worst. Featuring: @sfwater, @ResilientBay, @kzhill, @ejcw, @RainforClimate, @thinkwalks
A low-key, simple event 'spoke' powerfully to my soul. Language, culture and land. Featuring: @exploratorium, @baumfoundation, @CopperRiverWild, @OPC_California et al
The @exploratorium's Observatory has that 'hidden treasure' feel about it, but each time you visit and open you eyes, the more wondrous it becomes.
The @exploratorium is more than a museum. It's a stalwart for resilience in changing times. Featuring: @EnvPolicyCenter, @saveSFbay, @CAgov, @CAgovernment
Blue Planet II is awe-inspiring and a wake-up call. But, there are resources at hand.
Finally, I brush off those images of US high-schools from 90s popular TV/movie culture and go visit one for myself!
An international competition for sustainable housing led by a government department shows that top-down and bottom-up can breed public-facing ingenuity and creativity when they meet in the middle.