The Environmental Cost of Emails Many of our activities produce carbon emissions. Not everyone realises that even a humble email or google search contributes to the impact of worldwide carbon emissions, and it is one that we can change. …everything and every aspect of life has a carbon footprint – no matter how small or… Continue reading Environmental Cost of Screen Time
“It’s Not Just a Crisis of Climate” – Guest Martin Fredricks IV
It’s Not Just a Crisis of Climate: by Martin C. Fredricks IV Everything I need to know about the climate crisis and the need to speak positively about what can be done I’ve seen in my daughters’ eyes.Martin C. Fredricks IV One is 19 and the other is 13. Both, at different times, have had… Continue reading “It’s Not Just a Crisis of Climate” – Guest Martin Fredricks IV
Google will Help You
In the almost forgotten days B.C. meaning, "Before Covid," we might search for holiday accommodation, or sightseeing spots using Google. Sometimes Google suggests places we didn't even know we wanted to go, based on our search history and we don't have to ask. Whilst away on vacations, we might need to know a good place… Continue reading Google will Help You
When I looked at the stats for countries being hit with this pandemic, it struck me as surprising that the number of cases/deaths due to Covid 19, in some places, did not correlate proportionately with the level of population. It would be easy to assume hygiene levels and santization practices might be lower in underdeveloped… Continue reading Corona Fallout
Coping with Covid
Latest Update 475 deaths from Corona, in Italy yesterday. 140 new cases overnight here, in Australia. No new cases in China - that they are aware of. Some good news from China, at last. Iceland had its first death, possibly attributed to Covid 19! Iceland! A sparsely populated area in the north of a country… Continue reading Coping with Covid
Where are you going, Australia?
Australia Day 2020 Today is Australia Day, or if you are a First Nation person, you might call it Invasion Day. Back in 1788, the "First Fleet." of British ships arrived on Australia's eastern coast and began establishing a British colony. The British considered the Australian continent unoccupied - as the indigenous peoples were not… Continue reading Where are you going, Australia?