While I wait to receive "no, not shortlisted" and "thanks for doing interview, but no thanks" emails, I am going through piles of printed off articles and putting in three piles - a) for (re)reading and blogging about soon b) for "one day" and c) can go in the recycling (once blank A4 and A5... Continue Reading →
All Our Yesterdays – climate histories for the future
Hi, at the start of the second year of All Our Yesterdays - 365+ Climate Histories here's a few basic facts. Please do ask questions, share this post, comment.Best wishes Marc Hudson What it is A website (and associated twitter feed) with at least one entry for every day of the year about something that... Continue Reading →
What am I good for? Of “All Our Yesterdays” and “Yes, but let’s BELL the BLOODY CAT.” That’s about it, I think…
A house move is a chance to reflect (because I don't ever ruminate otherwise, oh not at all). So many books. So so many bloody books. So many of them not read (so many not written, too.) You get to thinking, as per my Twitter header - What has it all been for? What am... Continue Reading →
What can we learn from a 50 year old Blueprint?
'A Blueprint for Survival,' the first big eco-manifesto, is 50. Below I explore where it came from, how it was received and why its lessons still matter - as part of the "All Our Yesterdays" project. See the full report on which this guest post below is based here. On Thursday 13th January 1972 the... Continue Reading →