Category Archives: climate change

Turning Point

As a member of AiNIN (Artists in Nature International), I was invited to create a site-specific piece on 29th November 2015, the eve of COP21 (the Paris Climate Conference) in support of the conference’s aims.  Artists around the world were … Continue reading

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Little White Houses

It must be around two months now since we were at Baggy Point, and we have been experiencing seemingly endless rainstorms and widespread flooding ever since. Northam Burrows is extensively flooded and looks pretty exciting from my top floor window. … Continue reading

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Seachange: A Brief North Devon Roadtrip

January 31, 2014. The last day of (apparently) the wettest January in UK since records began. Waking up to yet another day of grey skies and rain, yet another day of being unable to walk and work outside – I … Continue reading

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January??

It felt like a mild spring day. Difficult to get used to our changing climate, for someone like me who originated from northern parts of the British Isles, and remembers when seasons used to be seasons, and one had to … Continue reading

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COP15

COP15 (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) is coming up next month. This is the latest UN Climate Change Conference, where the world’s leaders will gather in Copenhagen to reach a deal which puts the world on track to … Continue reading

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The Age of Stupid

I got to see Franny Armstrong’s ‘The Age of Stupid’ last night. Well worth seeing. It stars Pete Postlethwaite as the last remaining survivor in the year 2055, on a planet devastated by climate breakdown. He sits in front of … Continue reading

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Crude and Stupid: Two Horror Movies for Earth Day

more about “A Crude Awakening“, posted with vodpod more about “The Age of Stupid: final trailer Feb …“, posted with vodpod These films explore  two of the major issues of our era: dubbed Peak Oil and Climate Change. For two sane … Continue reading

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Climate Rush

Here’s an invitation for those able to get to London on 12th January: “Dinner at Domestic Departures”. Dinner will be at 7pm, at London’s Heathrow Terminal 1. Edwardian dress required. Your host is Climate Rush, a group of environmental suffragettes. If the … Continue reading

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Cape Farewell

Cape Farewell’s recent Disko Bay Expedition to Greenland has returned. This is the latest of Cape Farewell’s inspiring and adventurous expeditions to investigate climate change issues in Arctic regions. Over 40 scientists, musicians and artists were on board, including musician … Continue reading

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Earth Hour 2008

 Earth Hour is due in less than 3 hours here in UK, (between 8 and 9pm GMT), and I have still not made up  my mind whether or not to take part in this hour of ‘Lights Off’. I have read all … Continue reading

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