Well, it certainly has been an interesting few days! Full of trepidation and excitement in equal measure. The main cause of which stems from the premature departure of Sam Manning, the visionary behind the #Wilder movement we have been trying to set up for the past few months. Sam has filled the role of chair … Continue reading Chairman. Wait, what?
Wilder, the new grassroots activism group, is gaining momentum at present, largely due to the hard work and determination of the passionate young people at its helm. Of late, we have successfully launched our first campaign (#LawsOfTheLand), have featured in a number of media outlets, and have build a substantial following on social media. Successes which … Continue reading A Vison for a #WilderNE
The manifesto of our #LawsOfTheLand campaign is now live, and our campaign has launched! I thought I would post it here too, for those interested. Please check out the Wilder Facebook and Twitter for further information and, if the mood takes you, consider joining our cause.
Many people are quick to stereotype the new generation of young people. Branding them lazy, self-obsessed and simply disinterested in current affairs. And, by default, green issues. The image of detached youths shut away in their rooms, absent care nor worry is, unfortunately, rife in Britain. And the misguided assumption that most young people are content … Continue reading If young people hope for a greener future, they must act now.
It may surprise you to learn that the New Forest, one of our few remaining relics of a more holistic Britain, is crumbling. From the inside out. The forest, like so many others in our day and age, plagued by overgrazing. The only difference being that, in this case, unlike other wooded areas continuously degraded through grazing … Continue reading The New Forest is degrading, and Bambi is not to blame.
Dr Rob Sheldon recently published an excellent blog post on what average joes like you, and me, can do to safeguard the environment post-Brexit. The piece can be found here, I would really advise everyone to give it a read. In it, Rob sets out a number of things each and every one of us … Continue reading How YOU can help the environment post Brexit.