Climate Gardens News
21st Apr 2016
Gardeners are probably best placed to notice and understand the effects of climate change. Their plants are affected by whatever the weather delivers daily, hourly or sometimes even minute by minute . According to the RHS many gardeners see increasingly unpredictable…... Read More on Do gardeners believe in climate change?
24th Mar 2016
Gardeners need to think seriously about the implications of using peat for their plants. Please take the time to read this excellent blog and consider buying peat free soil or Enriched Biochar. http://www.carbongold.com/why-one-earth-is-anyone-still-using-peat/... Read More on Why on earth is anyone still using peat?
19th Mar 2016
Climate change communication is a stronger force for real change when there is a glimmer of hope for the future. Suggestions of stranded polar bears and melting ice caps often make an audience feel disconnected and powerless. The Climate Positive "energy"…... Read More on Celebrate Earth Hour : Embrace Climate Positivity
24th Jan 2016
This week saw 2015 recorded as the hottest global year ever. To say that 2015 was hot is actually an understatement. The average recorded temperature across the surface of the planet was so far above normal that it set a record for setting records. The year was…... Read More on Climate Chaos highlights urgent choice on energy
4th Jan 2016
The end of 2015 saw record temperatures across the globe as a strong El Nino event created an unprecendented series of hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean. These in turn created a ripple affect of warmer air that saw the Artic recorded at a staggering 3c above the normal…... Read More on 2015 was hottest year but 2016 to be even hotter