When Will We Stop?

When will we stop to think of what we do? We treat this land as if it is our own; Then all of our mistakes

Skies Turned Dead from Purest Blue

To soar like a bird would be a grand thing, With flights through cobalt depths and azure seas; Nothing against you but air on your

The Firefly’s Sex Life Has Been Upset

As artificial light blocks out the sky, The firefly’s sex life has been upset. Their mating patterns might now go awry, With light emitting diodes

Within Those Husks a Poison is Stewed

The rice in the field is a staple food, For near half of the world’s population; But within those husks a poison is stewed, Causing

No longer all at sea

The seabirds help our coasts to live and breathe, Perched delicately across the food web. But watching as they fly and gently wreathe, Their numbers

The Rain it Continues to Fall

Record-breaking rainfall has surged, A thirty-year trend has emerged; Reminding us that we are small, The rain it continues to fall.   A global growth

Who’ll Save the Seagrass?

A flowering home for turtles and fish, These mixed seagrass meadows harbour much life; Moving in currents with a gentle swish, Net global warming is