Speaking nature’s language

By Stephanie Boxall, published in The Ecologist, 27th July 2022. Featured image – Rain Dance #2 by Margaret Courtney-Clarke, from her book When Tears Don’t Matter. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed in the face of the climate emergency and a crisis in the state of nature. But a subtle change in our thinking about the …

Words shape how we think about the environment

By Katie Jones first published at Curious.earth October 1, 2020 I’m a copywriter. It’s my job to overthink words. But when it comes to talking about the environment, it’s hard. Sustainability has got to be one of the most overused words of recent years, but it’s often misused as there aren’t suitable alternatives. Still, when …