Archive of: August, 2014

  • 08 August 2014

    Magical Morning at Malling Down

    Author Mike Russell Senior Wildlife Advisor silver-spotted skipper / Dave Sadler A flurry of butterflies, a kaleidoscope of butterflies, a shimmering of butterflies, all appropriate phrases for describing what those attending one of our summer safari special

  • 07 August 2014

    How much water would hydraulic fracturing need?

  • 06 August 2014

    M25 / TheRevSteveAuthor Tony WhitbreadChief ExecutiveOne of the most worrying features of the current rush for road building is the severe lack of strategic thinking in the proponents.The solutions put forward are surrounded by

  • 05 August 2014

    Using Less, Living Better

    Author Tony WhitbreadChief ExecutiveWith economic development seemingly drifting back into a 1960s model of unrestrained expansion, ignoring the environmental consequences, it is refreshing to realise that there is a large movement now towards a far more strategic approach to development.In my

  • 05 August 2014

    22.07.14 Another mystery moth

    From Neil:"This beautiful moth flew in through the open french doors last night. An empty beer glass was the only suitable vessel to hand, but it photographed OK through the curved glass (ignore the cushion behind). According to my little moth book it's a female lappet, but googling lappet came

  • 05 August 2014

    18.07.14 Pine Hawk-moth at Barcombe