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Science on the Land

Today many people in the rich world will tear single-use wrapping paper and plastic from unwanted gifts. They’ll look at plates of unwanted food. Most of this stuff will go to landfill.

If you enjoy the magic of a perfect Christmas, well that’s up to you. If you want to read some news I recommend what my fellow blogger, Henricus Peters at Learning from Nature, tells us about Environmental Stories of 2012. Henricus shows us a comprehensive review, worth returning to.

I’m thinking ‘Follow that!’ and thinking that this is a hard act to follow. But I’ll mention the terrible floods people are experiencing in parts of Britain. Here’s what Auntie Beeb says today about weather warnings.

It’s been a difficult year on the land. Here in Britain the weather hit farmers’ and growers’ pockets, leading to a flood of insurance claims. Philip Case at Farmers Weekly says…

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1 Comment

  1. The environment would appreciate my being Dicken’s Scrooge this Christmas. My bank balance and body appreciate it too.

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