Under the Banyan is one year old today. Thanks to everyone who has visited these pages and especially to those of you who have left comments on the posts here.
I set up the blog as a bit of an experiment and I am glad to see it has survived a full year. I’m looking forward to writing more in year two, and to hearing more from readers of these pages.
If you are new to the blog, here is a list of the posts from year one.
- A quick hello
- Climate change alters the English language
- They kill environment journalists, don’t they?
- Borneo’s Husband-and-Wife Mountain Gods Look Down on Illegal Logging
- The Song of the Dodo gets my vote
- World’s most notorious wildlife smuggler caught in the act
- Environmental or spiritual pollution – which is easiest to fix?
- A challenge: To anyone who ever used the phrase “tree-hugger”
- The best blogs on biodiversity?
- Five vacant niches in the biodiversity blogosphere
- What gorillas can teach children about being human
- The curious case of the BBC and climate change
- Is it time to kill off ‘biodiversity’?
- One act of stupidity and 5500 acts of reason
- Malaysia’s million dollar question — where did the logs come from?
- If we keep on biting the hand that feeds us, it will slap us in the face
- When maps lie (Africa gets short-changed again)
- Postcard from Japan: bamboo poetry in Kyoto
- The Nazi threat and climate-change denial
- Thank God for Fox News…
- One great way to visualise climate change
- More climate change but is it the right climate change?
- The dark history and uncertain future of edible pink gold
- You’ve got to be in it to win it
- Ask not what you can do for nature… Ask what nature can do for you
- 25 tips for climate change journalists
- Postcard from Qatar: A rainbow of rabbits and soft fluffy chicks