The beauty of early morning dew as the sun rises over the high sierra.
Tree and rock, oak, and mountain both derived from the same animate source.
The intersection of carbon dioxide, health, and climate change.
As the season progresses the landscape has returned to life with an almost miraculous speed.
When Blake wrote about; “seeing the world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower”, he could have had no better model than here, for the old bones of this landscape are truly miniature worlds in themselves.
The world’s climates are changing rapidly. Anthony Horton shares some of the current research.
These are the bones of the earth and the architects of an ecology.
Until a week ago this whole landscape flashed brilliant yellow to the flowering of Inula.
When pollution kills, what can you do?
The intense greens of the forest floor in an Andalucian Autumn.
With countries like Germany and France already encouraging people to avoid wireless technology, David Packman discusses why a proactive consciousness is required to balance the benefits with the potential adverse health effects.
The little and hidden things in the ecology create and maintain those species we place so much value on.
The winterbournes are slowly refilling.
One of the great glories of late summer and early autumn is this the purple bindweed.
The Smilax blossom perfumes the air as it creeps through hedgerows, trees and bushes.
What climate change means for big business.