What if we celebrated the nature that we have, and that we have lost, instead of holding funeral ceremonies?
suzanne whitby: archives
Have you ever listened to a story and become so immersed in the twists and turns and the lives of the characters that you forget about the world...
On an extended trip to Italy, hotel and business owners told me time and again of the dramatically increasing electricity costs and their struggle to survive and thrive in challenging times. Italy is a country of glorious sunshine, so why isn’t the country embracing solar electricity and installing solar panels on every available roof? The “protected status” of heritage buildings means that getting permission to install PV panels is a challenge, but does this make sense—in Italy and elsewhere—when generating clean energy and getting rid of “dirty” energy is so important for people and the planet?