With my Ecologist ‘hat’ on, I recently chaired a session at the inaugural Timber Festival. Tony Greenham, Economics Director at the RSA, John Everitt, Chief Exec of The National Forest, and I chatted about community banks; the Saddleworth moor fires; Doughnut Economics; forests; news and more. Trees, festivals, ideas…. bliss!

Date: 7th July 2018
Event: Timber Festival: panel session

Nature’s soundscapes: protecting personal and planetary silence

**First published in The Ecologist, 4th July 2017**
In search of stillness and silence, our Nature Editor, Elizabeth Wainwright, spent a night under the stars in the wilderness (Devon’s Dartmoor) which left her feeling reflective about the price we are all paying – humans and Nature – for increasing noise pollution

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Leading from Nature: Politics and Biomimicry

**First published in The Ecologist, 13th June 2017**

As Theresa May and her Ministers struggle to make a pact with the DUP, Ecologist Nature Editor, ELIZABETH WAINWRIGHT says we could all do worse than model both leadership and politics on Nature and work together to improve partnership and community, as well as innovation

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