All posts tagged: Nature

LGBTQ+

The LGBTQ+ community: an underappreciated resource in environmental awareness and protection

Investigating Lesbian responses to the natural world, particularly the ‘back to the land’ movements of the late-20th century, Professor Nancy C Unger, author of Beyond Nature’s Housekeepers: American Women in Environmental History, considers how LGBTQ+ experiences have long-inspired the exploration of alternative paradigms for living with nature.

Honey badger

The political economy of the honey badger – just don’t ‘ratel’ its cage

Image: Honey badger and black-backed jackal © Keith Somerville Professor Keith Somerville gets up close and personal with a pugnacious honey badger The honey badger was purposefully searching among the low bushes near Tau Pan in Botswana’s Central Kalahari Game Reserve. The pugnacious creature credited with great courage and power for its size (max 10kg) was […]