Monday, April 12, 2021

Environmental

Five Sea Creatures Being Harmed by Ocean Plastics

Much of our sea creatures are impacted by plastic pollution, the ‘lucky ones’ are rescued, although often injured. Many are not lucky, some become entangled and are not found in time to be freed...

The Story of the APE Whales      

by Kenny Young Artists Project Earth has been one of the leading independent funders of climate change projects in the UK and the world over the past 10 years. After a decade of grant distribution...

What If Captain Ahab Loved Whales?

To paraphrase Joni Mitchell's famous song, Big Yellow Taxi, "We don't know what we've got till it's gone," and this is certainly the case when it comes to the plight of the great whales, because we...

COP21: Another Development Model Must Emerge

"A climate deal is getting closer, but in order for it to be effective, another development model must emerge." Artists Project Earth are in Paris! Our house band Rhythms Del Mundo is performing their new album, Oceans, live on...

Have Yourself an Eco-Friendly Christmas!

Christmas is fast approaching, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the more environmentally-friendly gifts available this year: 1. Duffy’s Lucky Escape – Perfect for educating the younger generation on the dangers...

Regenerative farming for healthy oceans in an urbanising world

  Recently I had a conversation with a well-known nutritionist, writes Herbert Girardet. I casually said: ‘of course, we are what we eat, aren’t we’? She looked at me slightly disparagingly and said: ‘No, no,...

IMAGINE – it isn’t hard to do…

Everything manmade was once just a thought… Which means, we have to think more holistically to create a better world. What if… we helped refugees fleeing from terror and famine to build sustainable ecovillages where...

Here Comes The Flood

You know what? You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows…  Over the years, Bob Dylan – whose fabulous song ‘I Shall Be Released’ is reworked on the new Rhythms Del...

Ocean Plastics: What Can You Do?

Following our recent talks at the Royal Geographical Society and the UN Ocean Conference, a common thread seemed to be ‘what can you do to help?’ What action can we take that shows that...

Coral reefs face infection risk from plastic

Scientists have established yet another hazard from the millions of tons of plastic waste that tip into the sea: it delivers microbial infection to the world’s coral reefs. When plastic pollutants snag on coral reefs, the likelihood...
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