Saving the Planet

Whatever the cause, climate change is being proven scientifically to be far more serious than has been believed before. Reports this week say we have 12 years only to save the Planet from catastrophic events resulting from human action, unless there is a revolution in how we live, now.

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Our Sinking Sea Beds

So much of Earth is covered by sea, great blue expanses dotted here and there by land. Their depths are the most mysterious and unexplored places left on the Planet, and they are filled with life.

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Friday’s Full Moon to Change the World

It is no coincidence that these three months of 2017, April to June, and their full moons mark the high point of the spiritual year just as human life on Earth seems to be at its lowest point. From this polarisation must emerge change for great good.

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At Last – Honesty about Climate Change

It is a sign of the times that when Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, warned yesterday about the reality and impact of climate change, it attracted little attention from a British media more interested in judging Jeremy Corbyn and the re-formed Labour Party.

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A Flood-Filled Full Moon in Aquarius*

The Aquarian* Full Moon on Valentine’s Day sees the completion of a cycle of nature which will not be forgotten, memorable for flooding storms and chaos everywhere. It is a sign of the times, and of the power and ruthlessness of nature.

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Climate Change: Is it too Late?

Modern climate change began with the Industrial Revolution, when an unprecedented devastation of the environment began through determined industrialisation.

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Global Warming: no Time for Complacency

As the global warming forecasts are diluted by the Met Office, climate change sceptics gladly proclaim that all is indeed well with our world and its future. Sadly this is nonsense.

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Bats and Climate Change

There is hard weather all over the world: for myself I do not mind the constant rain which is hanging over the British Isles but I care for its impact on our wildlife such as bats and swallows which struggle to find food to feed their young in these conditions.

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