COVID-19 highlights our broken relationship with nature

Whilst our relationship with the natural world can play a huge part in cheering us up at this difficult time, the way we engage with the non-human world around us is exactly what got us into this mess. Our health and wellbeing as a species has always been dependent on how we treat the planet and everything which exists on it, but if this virus has taught us anything, it’s that for far too long we’ve been getting it seriously wrong.

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We’re Facing An Insect Apocalypse: Here’s How You Can Help The Bugs

Intensive agriculture and heavy pesticide use are a major cause of plummeting insect populations – but there are a number of ways we can help reduce this impact, from the food that we choose to eat, to the way we use our gardens. 

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Days Out in Nature: RSPB Newport Wetlands Nature Reserve

Reconnecting with nature is a brilliant way to recharge on a Sunday afternoon and get ready for the week ahead; and a ramble around the RSPB-managed nature reserve at Newport Wetlands is one of my favourite ways to do it.

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