In some ways I feel like a disconnected environmentalist. I really like walking in the woods, I enjoy a beach especially on a stormy day and I believe we are doing a great job at destroying the natural environment Read More
Give us this day our daily bread…..
In deepening my work around sustainability, I find that I need a daily practice routine that is a ‘time out’ to help ground myself in a busy schedule. I have never found meditation engaging enough to become a steady habit. I do like food though Read More
Bernie Connolly; Development Co-ordinator, Cork Environmental Forum
Getting Started. Bernie traces her interest in environmental matters to her upbringing in Glengariff. Her family didn’t have a car and so walking and being in nature were an integral part of growing up Read More
Interview with Shirley Gallagher
Shirley was born inLondonto parents who were fromArranmoreIslandin Donegal. The family moved back to the island when she was a child. She has one daughter. She believes island living has infused and informed her sense of sustainability. Read More
Pat has been a mentor and advisor to business for about 40 years. He started as an accountant in the corporate world and by 30 years of age was doing really well but decided that the personal cost was too great Read More
Karlskrona Waters, I Remember.
Arriving North, from South, East and West;
Remembering past times, sharing a quest.
On trains, on planes, from near and far
Across the seas, over oceans, connecting
I remember, we remember; September.
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An artist’s palette of colours; changing through the day, through the seasons; a slide show moving silently to its own rhythm. Purple, orange, pink, cerise, grey, black. Drawing me in, holding me still. Read More
This chair is made in the style of ‘rustic furniture’ where un-sawn branches from trees or hedgerows are used to fashion simple furniture. Making this type of furniture is really enjoyable Read More