Latest nature posts


Earth paintings & foraged pigments with Lucy Hersey

We chat with Lucy about her landscape painting, her connection to earth, and how we can tap into a more sustainable painting practice and use materials foraged from the natural world.


I want my vote to count for nature: how do the major parties stack up?

Protecting biodiversity isn’t just about the niceties of saving cute and cuddly animals. It’s about maintaining our health and prosperity, productive agriculture and liveable cities. So let’s take a closer look at political party promises, and whether they’re enough to turn things around for Australia’s threatened species.

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Five walks to save the world – how ‘psychogeography’ can help you confront the climate crisis

While you may not be able to fix the big problems alone, there are ways to take action, and this can start with something as simple as a walk.


Photos From The Field: Capturing The Grandeur And Heartbreak Of Tasmania’s Giant Trees

Tasmania’s native forests are home to some of the tallest, most beautiful trees in the world.


Biophilic Office Design - Invite Nature Back Inside!

Why wouldn’t we bring nature into our offices? After all, it is the place where most of us spend our waking time.


South Africa Just Had Another Successful Sardine Run- Here’s Why This Is Great News For People And Planet!

The sardine run is one of the biggest migrations in the natural world, and it plays an important role for people and the planet.


Coronavirus Is A Wake-Up Call: Our War With The Environment Is Leading To Pandemics

Human health depends on healthy ecosystems.

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How Our Mums Made Us The Planet-Loving Earth Warriors We Are Today

We have so much to thank our Mamas for!


One Man Single-Handedly Plants Forest Bigger Than Central Park

Jadav Payeng began planting trees in 1979, in that time he's planted a forest bigger than NYC's Central Park.