Learning from Boiled Frog syndrome Climate psychologists tell us that humans aren’t good at dealing with complex, diffuse threats whose timing is uncertain. It seems we’d be great at handling a woolly mammoth attack, and our evolution is way behind reality. If you compare the latest five years to the previous five, what do you … Read more
Alan Heeks of Seeding our Future briefs Mayor Ian Bark on the new Bridport Climate Response website Bridport Climate Response had a stall in the Love Food – Hate Waste tent at the Food Festival on June 18. Our stall was well-attended, with some lively conversations, people signing up for our newsletters or volunteering, and … Read more
The Town Council offer a range of information sources on their website, and are inviting local people to train as Energy Champions.
In our public consultations last year, one of the main priorities raised was to give local young people a voice on the climate crisis, recognising that this generation feels unheard, and will be most affected. To support practical action on giving local young people a voice on climate change, Seeding our Future have obtained grants from … Read more
Charles Eisenstein book: Climate, a new story Charles Eisenstein is a charismatic American writer and speaker, who has a devoted following. I’m not such a fan, but I do recommend his new book, and I was impressed by his session at the Findhorn climate change conference (see my blog on this here). In this book, … Read more
Seeding our Future is a small, non-profit group based in Bridport, which played a leading role in creating the Bridport Food Matters website, and is now working with a small core team to launch this new initiative. The overall aim is to raise awareness, motivation and practical actions by households in responding to the climate … Read more
Photo: Justin Owen Lally and Tomas are among a group of several young growers agroecological farming in the vicinity of Bridport. “We strive to farm in a way that builds health in the soil, in the plants, and in our community.” “Our growing practices are considerate of the land that we tend, and we are … Read more