Completely updated edition brings the reader even more handy tips on how to help combat the climate emergency and other environmental problems. For anyone who yearns for a realistic alternative to the destructive path the world is on, and wants practical advice on how they can make things better.
In the light of these happy coincidences, Greenery recounts how Tim Dee tries to travel with the season and its migratory birds, making remarkable journeys to keep in step with the very best days of the year, the time of buds and blossoms and leafing, the time of song and nests and eggs.
'A visionary look at how quality food should replace money as the new world currency' Tim Spector
'Hugely ambitious and beautifully written...destined to become a modern classic' Bee Wilson
How we search for, make and consume food has defined human history.
Are there ways to halt it?
In this invaluable, one-stop guide Bianca Nogrady analyses the science of climate change and offers a concise overview of the ways in which our carbon emissions might be reduced. She explains the economics of emissions trading schemes and the practicalities of geoengineering plans to trap greenhouse gases.
He studied four main species - two native and endangered, two invasive and endangering - beginning with water voles. He wanted to put things right.
This book is about whether it worked, and what he learnt - and about what those lessons mean, not just for water voles but for all the world's wildlife.
From the Sunday Times bestselling author of A Sting In The Tale comes this practical guide to creating a paradise for pollinators.
There are twenty six different species of bumblebees to be found in the UK, of around 250 species worldwide.
A spellbinding travel book, exploring the psychology of walking, pilgrimage, solitude and escape.
At the age of twenty-seven, and afraid of falling into a life he doesn't want, Robert Martineau quits his office job, buys a flight to Accra and begins to walk.