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I will hope to be healthy and have all of my faculties intacked. 10 years is a long time in a humans life whereever you live, the one cert in our life is uncertainty.

With out drastic change all the world will be suffering from some kind of food poverty, we can't keep eating up the food miles an expect there to be no pay back. I would imagine I would be eating more locally produced products which would be more resonable priced. I find it amazing living in cornwall that the so called…


Posted on April 1, 2010 at 1:39pm

Acting on Food Security

Here is where I start to feel a little gulity about my role in all of this. The most I have done on this front is to pop some tins in a shopping basket in our local supermarket and to row 200 metre for sport relief.

To my shame I just to contribute to relief work in Haiti before the Earthquake but let my contributions lapse as I had more pressing issue at home. By joining in this discussion I have now decided it is time again to look at a monthly contribution to one or more…


Posted on March 31, 2010 at 1:30pm — 1 Comment


Living in the UK, I find this a very difficult issue to comment on, as far as a local innitative is concerned. I have investigated this issue and have come up with this news report on Local Poverty. Take a look at this link to see the worse kind of poverty we have in cornwall.
Most of our…

Posted on March 30, 2010 at 7:29pm

What I will be doing in 2020

I hope to be in the same postion I am now in my home and work life. I am lucky enough to be involved in the education of Marine Biology students, so I feel I am contributing in the production of the next generation of world warriors. Also at home I now monitor everything we do and try to save on everything. In ten years time I will be doing the same or even more to help our dying world.

Posted on March 29, 2010 at 1:40pm

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