The most incredible encounter- Orcas, the killer whale

As I stood there looking more to the east, I head a big wushhh sound right from the west so I quickly looked around, and right there, as clear as the Pacific ocean is, there were 4 orcas AKA the Killer Whales!!!

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Tryfan- walking up the north ridge

Tryfan has been on my bucket list of places to hike for a while now. My friend, which has hiked the North Ridge before have said that this is an exceptionally excellent route to challenge yourself on with navigation skills, steep hill walking and scrambling. Perfect walk on a sunny day, with a most beautiful […]

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PLASTIC FREE JULY 2020- UPDATE NO 4.

By the end of the month, I have noticed the amount of experimenting and improvising put in to replace the ready-made foods I use the most, normally available in predominantly or partially plastic packaging. Veggies, fruits, seeds and legumes are easy to get a hold of at the zero waste shops, but things like milk, […]

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PLASTIC FREE JULY 2020- UPDATE NO 3.

I feel very privileged to be able to have a choice between good quality organic food and cheep produce available in a grocery store. Below there are some tasty thing I have made during the week, doing my best to use only plastic-free products. Couple of things I was proud to make was home made […]

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Plastic Free July 2020- Update no 1.

Groceries A first plastic-free meal was some Pulled Aubergine wraps, with homemade tortillas, and since I can’t yet find any lettuce that’s not in plastic, I made a lovely and fresh savoy cabbage salad. The recipe for the wraps filling came from BBC good food magazine which I came across at my friends’ house, and […]

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Building a healthy and sustainable food system

EAT-Lancet Commission allocated 37 professionals to carry out a research over 3 years to create a “planetary health diet” that’s healthy and sustainable for the world. If the majority of communities around the world adopt this dies we will reduce the GHG by about 60% or more depending on the region, and we will cut down premature death by 19%.

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AnswerGarden: What does future food mean to you?

Starting an online course ” Future Food: Sustainable food systems for the 21st Century”. Very excited to explore more sustainable ways of supplying our generations with healthy foods, me being biased 100% plant-based 😀 I’m definitely doing to review this in few weeks time when I gather a bit more knowledge. Source: AnswerGarden: What does […]

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Question – Should we place a monetary value on ecosystem services?

We are exploiting Earth from its natural resources with the human population increasing. If we continue to value natural resources as we currently are and continue to take it for granted, resources will not have enough time to replenish, and eventually we will be in deficit.

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