Sustainable tourism, walking for mental health, the 40th TGO Challenge, section hiking the CWT, and editing as therapy.
Human society under urgent threat from loss of Earth’s natural life – the most important story of the century.
High in the Swiss Alps, tourism is wreaking environmental havoc – taking a stand against “endless, limitless development tourism in the Alps”.
Sustainable tourism: why the Faroe Islands closed for maintenance – I think this is a fantastic idea.
AirPods Are a Tragedy – “long after you’re dead, AirPods will still be sitting, and not decomposing, in the crust of the earth.”
Walking for Mental Health – Living the Dream on Skye – this is a fantastic piece from UKHillwalking.
The 40th TGO Challenge starts this week. Looking back to the first – Chris Townsend revisits his diaries from the first TGO Challenge, in 1980.
TGO Challenge 2019: Prep and Kit – Matthew King discusses his Challenge plans.
Walking around Wales, Part Five: Industry, Dunes and Cliftops – the latest in Liz Wakelin’s blog series on hiking the circumference of Wales.
Putting Chulu Far East on the Nepal trekking map – Mark Horrell introduces a relatively unfrequented Himalayan trekking peak.
Section hiking the Cape Wrath Trail – Philip Werner is taking on a high-level variant of the CWT.
Editing and writing
Editors and social media: Facebook – I strongly dislike Facebook, but this piece contains some good tips if you use it for your business.
Editing as therapy? – “You might actually find that concentrating on work is just what you need when things around you seem difficult or troubling.”