The refugee crisis is a human manifestation of all the wrongs that we are allowing to happen in the world. And it's happening on our watch.
reboot champ: team bosinver
Bosinver are GOOD at communicating - inspiring their visitors to get outside and get dirty.
the point about scything...
Scything. On old skill - and a fossil fuel, healthy, productive way of harvesting grass and managing wildflower meadows..
wonderful wonderful willow
Willow is awesome. It turns wetland into better habitat, helps store water, captures carbon, creates pollinator space and offers material for baskets, walls, fencing and staking. Awesome.
Bottom feeders, top feeders and everything you can imagine in between. Ponds are a crucial part of positive water and habitat management ...
good hedges = great habitat
Didyou know...Cornish hedges are probably amongst the best in Europe....but only 1% are being managed properly. Here's how...
Do it. Then SAY you're doing it. Cos that's how you INSPIRE *others* to do it too! :)
water v Nestle
Nestle is one of the most boycotted companies in the world; are currently pulling water out of California to bottle and sell; and have said water "is not a right". Really??
ReBoot Champ: Lizzy
Lizzy Stroud, Railholidays - lots of expertise on planting, pollinators and habitat
Our natural environment is in decline...and it's hurting the economy...
So....we've figured out that trashing our natural systems isn't a fab idea...
Cornwall County's very own Ecologist
Cornwall County has an Ecologist again...good news, we reckon...
climate change impacts on tourism
Climate IS Changed. And we're starting to get our heads round the impacts on tourism ...
the bath bone's connected to the sea bone...
CoaST is working with Bude Cleaner Seas to develop bespoke towel cards - and they're doing the business!
what's nature ever done for us
Tony Juniper nails it. Wake up and smell the coffee of what the world does to keep us breathing.
clean, green and gorgeous hits Bodmin
How cleaning need not be a cardinal sin against the environment...
Looe Marine Conservation Group in action!
Looe Marine Conservation Group has hit the ground running...
pesticides agreed to be bad for our bees
Pesticides contribute to risks in declining bee populations, study finds
fishy ambassador leads the way!
Fishy CoaST Ambassador Harbour Lights is a proper Positive Deviant - go for it, guys!
so - are you fogged up?
SAS have a new campaign: save our beaches - don't pour fats, oils and greases...simple!
water framework what?
Water Framework? Directive? Wossat? It's a new bit of law. From the EU. And it'll help us clean up our waters....
flood water impacts beaches, too
Marine Conservation Society warns of impact on beaches of flood run off
rspb says wind power works for birds
The RSPB, the UK charity working to protect bird populations, has given the greenlight to use wind energy to power its own activities.
south west and midlands now in drought
Official drought zones have been declared in a further 17 English counties, as a warning came that water shortages could last until Christmas.
loss of bees would cost uk 2billion a year
Every hotel, B&B, campsite and cafe garden is needed! Imagine how many acres that is!
spelman holds drought summit
As drought spreads across multiple UK counties, another Number 10 summit is held to discuss our options...
exmoor is first dark skies reserve in the uk
Exmoor is the first Dark Skies Reserve in the UK...another great success from the south west...
david attenborough and population growth
David Attenborough urges big business to protect land from population growth
thinking beyond the gates?
Julia Schonharl writes about tourism and human rights in 2012: Can we ask anybody to think beyond the fences of the holiday resort?
tamar valley: an introduction
Start here; this sets you off nicely and helps you use the Tamar Valley tools to your best advantage.
Plastic not so fantastic? We are using more plastic bags, an extra 300 million bags were handed out to shoppers last year!
cornwall wildlife trust map
Cornwall Wildlife Trust are the fabulous wildlife guys who do extraordinary work across the county - and are good partners of CoaST.