Interviews and other materials relating to Nearly Wild PROJECT 60. Here Steve seeks out old friends and clients and discusses nature positive actions and what has been acheived.
Let’s cellebrate some success and share some good news!
Build on the positive, overcome the negative.
Working for nature is a continuum, a never ending process. As something happens, something else changes. This does mean we are not acheiving things. It is important we recognise this for our own motivation, as well as recognising that it is work that will always be ongoing. Finding the next solution and developing positive is critical to being part of a continuing positive impact.
Rick Southwood – Project 60 interview
Rick Southwood is based on the Norfolk Broads and works for Natural England (https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/natural-england) where he is responsible for some amazing habitats, both marshland and coastal.
Lee Barber – Project 60 interview
Lee is an old friend who was actually brought up in the village I lived in for many years and even ended up working with me in my consultancy company some years ago. He now works at the British Trust for Ornithology (https://www.bto.org/)
Catherine Allen – Project 60 interview
Catherine Allen, an old friend and experienced development worker who has worked all over the world. Catherine talks about how she ended up in this work, how important people are in nature conservation and reflects on lessons from overseas development.
Judy Ling Wong – Project 60 interview
Judy is an old friend who has worked tirelessly for the environment and especially as it relates to equity and inclusion for all. She is perhaps best known for her work with the Black Environment Network (https://ben-network.org.uk/), but she is involved in a wealth of other activity and is a real source of inspiration to many.
Laurence & Michel Robin – France – Project 60 interview
Project 60 interview with Laurence and Michel living off grid in the French Alps where they run an Auberge above Morzine.
Prem – Nepal – Project 60 Interview
Permaculture, sustainable agriculture, natural resource management and experienced project evaluator. Prem is a real eco-preneur from Nepal, now runnihg his own consultancy as well as chair for a national permaculture network he established. Prem has a wealth of experience including a number of years working for Practical Action in Nepal (https://practicalaction.org/ ).
Introducing Project 60
A short introduction to why I am doing Nearly Wild Project 60 during a cold walk on the hill.
Chris Terry – Project 60 interview
Chris Terry, project manger with Natural England, talks about his work, how it got to do it and the Norfolk Broads area.