Thursday, 25 June 2015

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Cycling In Ceredigion

It's important to have clear and unambiguous signage on roads, cycle routes, and pavements, so that it is obvious who can go where. Let's go for a ride.

Mmm. This is strange. Three lanes. One has a cycle symbol.
Are the other two for pedestrians?
And why do they just end at nothing?

A bicycle. I can cycle here.

Monday, 8 June 2015

Food Impact


Let's have another post about food - we eat meals a number of times a day, so changes here can have a real impact on our health and the environment.

Monday, 1 June 2015

Fracking And Bridgend

Today we have a guest post from David Elston, Pirate Party Spokesperson for Wales and Bridgend election candidate. It focusses on a local environmental issue at Bridgend but the perspective applies to many areas of Wales and the UK - fossil fuel companies, supported by the Government, want to frack everywhere that would make them a profit.




I was the first candidate  to sign the Frack-Free promise with Greenpeace and took it upon myself to push the incumbent politicians on their stance on fracking. Ian Spiller, an ex-Conservative, now Independent local councillor responded to my question:

“What is the current situation and your stance regarding fracking in Merthyr Mawr and Ogmore?”

Mr Spiller's reply:

“I don't know enough about fracking so I am staying out of it.”

If only he was in some kind of elected position where it was his duty to know something about it and be involved!