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How can we be sustainable post Covid-19 ?

How can we be sustainable post Covid-19 ?

What isn’t as nebulous is this: when the world stays home, the planet benefits. There’s nothing good about the coronavirus, but with a ban on non-essential travel and some countries in lockdown, we’re able to witness what happens to the Earth when we’re largely absent...

If the Earth could speak: A boulder

If the Earth could speak: A boulder

Today the tide is clear as it goes out. I see them again, so many carpet anemones the colour of gems, purple, green, shot through with sun. Peacock-tailed shrimp nestle among their tentacles, brushed this way and that by a gentle current, unbothered by the anemones'...

These ancient images of the Buddha are more timely than you think

These ancient images of the Buddha are more timely than you think

What was the Buddha's great wisdom, and how do the artworks and images of the Buddhist tradition convey it to us today? Whether they depict the Buddha himself, episodes from his life, or boddhisattvas (those who have taken a vow to seek enlightenment), this art was...

IF THE EARTH COULD SPEAK: A CEDAR TREE

IF THE EARTH COULD SPEAK: A CEDAR TREE

I am one of the medicines of the Nlaka'pamux people, of the people living on Seabird Island Band. Some old heads put a little bit of me in their shoes, or make a little tea with me, once a day when there is a virus afoot, for protection, and cynics say that is...

Sea turtle baby boom hatches amid coronavirus lockdown

Sea turtle baby boom hatches amid coronavirus lockdown

Thailand has found the largest number of nests of rare leatherback sea turtles in two decades on beaches bereft of tourists because of the coronavirus pandemic, environmentalists say. From wild boars patrolling the Israeli city of Haifa to deer venturing into London...

How coronavirus could help us save our planet

How coronavirus could help us save our planet

I had a text from my brother a week or two ago telling me to go outside and look up. And there in the night sky was a stunning pairing of the crescent moon and Venus, that brightest of planets, blazing 25 million miles (more than 40 million kilometres) away. Even from...

Nature is taking back Venice

Nature is taking back Venice

Look down into the waters of the Venice canals today and there is a surprising sight – not just a clear view of the sandy bed, but shoals of tiny fish, scuttling crabs and multicoloured plant-life. “The water is blue and clear,” said Gloria Beggiato, who owns the...

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