When I started this blog, my plan was to write every day about my personal journey towards reducing my carbon footprint. Then I set up the Gravesham Extinction Rebellion group and it has taken over my life. I wake up thinking about saving the planet, I work on it all day and I go to … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion
I was asked by the Gravesend Messenger to comment on the travel disruption caused by Extinction Rebellion. Here's what I said: "Those responsible for the Extinction Rebellion apologise for the travel and any other disruption that their actions cause. However, we are dealing with a life or death situation. Our lives, jobs and homes are … Continue reading Gravesend Messenger
I've gathered the following tips as an extensive, but by no means exhaustive, guide to cutting carbon emissions. I'm planning on using it as a checklist, although most items are things to do continuously rather than one off fixes. It should cut a few pounds off my bills too. And maybe a few pounds from … Continue reading The big trim
I'm worried about the rebellion today. Police are trying to shut down the Oxford protest. Individual effort is vital. But without the team effort that Extinction Rebellion have initiated, it could all be in vain. I'm looking to rally troops from Kent to join the battle against climate change and help XR continue the fight … Continue reading Kent Rebellion
Happy Earth Day everyone! What a perfect day to start my journey to carb reduction. In order to measure success, I've started by calculating my annual carbon emissions... 10 tonnes! 2 elephants' worth of carbon!* That was quite a shock for me as it's the same as the average per person in the UK and, … Continue reading Setting the benchmark
I'm incredibly proud of my first news story about joining the climate change battle and proud to have stirred some interesting debate! Thanks for all the comments, guys. Lots of great points for me to address in my journey towards carbon neutralisation. Read the article on Kent Online.
We are facing Earth’s sixth mass extinction. This is a worldwide emergency. We were given the facts and the opportunity for individual lifestyle adaptation and incremental policy change but time for this to suffice has passed. If we are to save ourselves and our planet from catastrophic consequences, we need to make wide scale changes … Continue reading My Awakening
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton