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Posts from the ‘biodiversity’ Category

From Cambridge to Paradise

Most places I have visited during my Churchill Fellowship have been amazing and inspiring, but one has really challenged me…

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Slimbridge the Eden of ‘modern conservation’?

Slimbridge Wetlands Centre proudly wears the moniker “birthplace of modern conservation”...

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Heligan’s Rescued Gardens

What to call a place that uniquely honours gardeners that lost their lives in World War One?

Sometimes leadership refers to committees for answers, and sometimes there is no choice, with heritage and government departments providing no options. Occasionally however, land tenure, ownership, bureaucracy and process can be separated from the creative influencers that drive inspirational projects, resulting in an enticing name  being found – encouraging visitors, viewers, actors, and restorationists alike…

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The Garden of Eden luring Millions of Humans

The Eden Projects lures humans with inspiration before attempting education...

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London Eels Holiday in Bahamas

Not content with Ibiza, the endangered European Eel travels to the Bahamas to breed. The only problem is that it needs to survive the first 20 years of its life to embark on the sojourn...

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“Churchill offloads Aussie Swans”

At least that is how the headline would be written today.

At the London Wetland Centre, there is an Aussie themed garden that hosts Black Swans which are the progeny of those gifted to Winston Churchill...

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Outer-London for Open Space

So arriving in London in *hot* weather was a bit alarming, everyone was complaining about the heat. Our only challenge was that we packed for the stereotypical English weather and not the outlier…

In big cities open spaces for the community are premium property. With everyone stacked-up on each other in apartments and terraced houses, the slightest sunshine brings everyone into the parks for their dose of open space and fresh air.

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