Archive | March, 2016

John Cleal’s Door

This door of an old chapel was made by the artist and poet John Cleal and represents his own family. He took up residence in Lower Fishguard in the 1960’s and ran a workshop and gallery and raised his children here. Cleal wrote this poem, which embodies something very important to People Need Nature: “We […]

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Happy Equinox

Today is the Spring Equinox, the day when there are as many light hours as there are dark ones. While our lives are generally governed by our digital clocks (or analogue ones), it’s easy to forget how important these moments are. But our brains still respond to changes in the amount of light and, as […]

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Stronger, Safer, Greener? Should environmentalists support the UK’s membership of the EU?

This blog first appeared on the E3G website. We are publishing it here to help inform the debate around the EU referendum. Stronger, Safer, Greener? Should environmentalists support the UK’s membership of the EU? By Ruth Davis Photo Environment Action Programme logo Greens are rallying against a Brexit. From familiar faces like Stanley Johnson and […]

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