Monthly Archives: February 2011

urban foraging

Rich pickings: hunt for a cold frame (and a digression on local autonomy) One of the advantages of attempting self-sufficiency in the city (rather than the country) is the sheer quantity of stuff left lying around. In the past this would … Continue reading

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The New Home Front

Most people are concerned about the climate change threat and know that not enough is being done enough to avert it. And yet our politicians dither and fail to act. If all the collective pledges made the Copenhagen Accord to cut carbon were actually … Continue reading

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