It’s been five years since my first blog post was published all the way back in June 2016. Since then I’ve blogged monthly and never missed a month. Some have been carefully thought through pieces, like my bit of reportage on a series of mysterious deaths in Finland, and some have been thrown together on […]
High hopes and a hi-vis jacket: My week as an Extinction Rebellion steward
The delayers, the deniers, the trendy activists and the man who wanted to talk about sand, my experiences talking to the public about climate change..
‘Listen to the young people’ : The #Kidlit4Climate story
An interview with kidlit artist and author Amy Reynolds on how an epiphany on a treadmill led to a viral climate action campaign…
Camping with a one eared rabbit warrior
The rain fell heavily as we drove back into the campsite. We saw something outside. A rabbit? With only one ear? We listened closely…
5 reasons kids should read books about the climate crisis
Why should children read about a terrifying problem caused by grown ups? Here’s why…
Please recommend children’s books on Climate Action!
What are the books that inspire today’s climate activists? Please share your recommendations!
The Biggest Rodeo in Town
Climate change might just be biggest rodeo in town…
Cycling with my daughter
Teaching my daughter to cycle on the road – one of many choices made by parents across the world..
Waiting room rules
December 2018 – What did she just say? A magic what?
(This is not) GET RICH QUICK WRITING ADVICE!
August 2018 – This is not even writing advice. It’s a bit weird really. It’s the stories I tell myself.