What does the word ‘environment’ conjure up to you?

It’s a radiating scale of where I am in space and time. The environment is very often packaged – it certainly was when I was at school. The environment was nothing to do with me. It was the rainforest. It was the Antarctic waste. It was all of these places that were confined and idealised. But for me the environment is where we live. The most important part is our own community: our home, our neighbourhood, our school, our workplace and where we live.

A day in the country, or a day on the beach?

Oh, country, ...


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