It makes it completely unfair for anyone not able to afford the privilege of taking unpaid work
A controversial poll for you!
Do you think that unpaid internships and/or volunteering should be an important step towards a conservation career?
"If you make it hard for people to do the right thing, they won't do the right thing"
Yes, we want others to do things for the right reasons, but we must also make it easy for them to do so.
Thoughts of @bcsr from the latest episode on persuading farmers to adopt new technology
As I said in my @Disruptive_Env podcast, my old supervisor @mmbuchs was part of my motivation to cut out flying. She never ever 'flight-shamed' me, but seeing how ppl like her lead successful, fun, mobile lives without flights meant I flight-shamed myself until I stopped. https://t.co/MXOLSWP9jG
A number of Canadians used this article to pooh-pooh connections between extreme weather and climate change. I am delighted that my favorite scientific media fact checker has taken it on. Their rating of its scientific accuracy is “low”. https://t.co/thy0kZIJwM
Hopefully much better than mown amenity grass verges, but the use of non-natives worries me.
Does anyone know if any serious thought or research has been done into the possible impact of introducing non natives in a situation like this?
Rotherham has this year sown 8 miles of wildflowers on its verges to help pollinators! They chose a mix of native and non-native plants to extend the flowering period & saved 25K in mowing costs! #bees #pollinators https://t.co/a5GAxTYTeM