I'm a writer and thinker, a lover of books, words and stories, art, film and photography. I live in Luton, and divide my time between working for a small publisher, and freelance writing, community activism, and gardening my little patch of Earth.
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Pharrell Williams may be best known for his uplifting hit song Happy, or for his fondness for oversize hats (a hat made in Luton, I hear from the local hat-making fraternity) His interest in sustainability is less known, but Williams also happens to be the owner and creative director of an innovative fashion fabrics company […]
One of the big movements that I keep an eye on with the blog is the shift towards a circular economy – an industrial system centred around re-use rather than disposal. That transition received a bit of a boost last week with the publication of a new report from Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee. Tasked with […]
Early on Sunday morning, a demolition team brought down the Didcot power station cooling towers. It’ll take a while to dismantle the whole site, but it’s a symbolic moment. The towers were a notorious local eyesore, and the community will be glad to see them gone. But it’s also good news for air quality and […]