The intention of this site is to analyse and question human habits that are affecting our Earth and find synergy in our knowledge, passions and purpose towards more harmony with nature.
The thoughts expressed here rest on my own research and MSc in Conservation which I completed at University College London in 2019. Alongside this I have spent a number of years cultivating my knowledge of agroecology, permaculture, and the medicinal and ecological gifts of wild plants. With a background in political activism, community engagement and social anthropology, I am particularly drawn to political ecology: the study of the relationships between political, economic and social factors with environmental issues and changes.

At its essence I see humankind on a boundless journey towards a deepening understanding of the delicate balance of life in our ecosystem. I believe humans can be an integral and harmonious part of this system and not guilty intruders. But to do this, we each need to find our earthly roots again by observing and reconnecting to the nature
and around us.