I passed through Southern Zambia late last year, and my abiding memory is charcoal stalls dotted along the roads every mile or so.
Lots of people start out in conservation because, unsurprisingly, they like animals. Yet the more time you spend in conservation, the more you recognize that doing what is best for the natural world, often results in difficult decisions and tough actions.
I believe strongly that good, optimistic and honest story telling, is the way to peoples hearts with conservation. So here are a few worth watching if you have the time.
Someone even told me they saw it in Australia!
Winner of the UN Forest Short Film Festival Award And best short film at the UK green film festival!
For the past year, I've been living in London and walking tube lines on occasional free weekends with my girlfriend, Jess.
The media loves big, exciting, daring adventures and expeditions.
"A gripping story of the desperate struggle to lead our computer-crazed children back to nature."
Someone recently got in touch with me from The Clipperton Project. I didn't know what it was, so I took a look. I think you should too...
Anyone who knows me or reads this blog, will probably know how much I hark on about the joys of science and adventure.
Communities around the world turn to Trees for the Future for technical knowledge and planting materials so that they can bring degraded lands and struggling farmlands back to sustainable productivity.
I quite frequently post videos in the hope that more people with watch them. This time, I really don't have to.