Tag Archives: ecological water

Alternative? Energy?? Cheap???

I live in a forest in Catalunia, north-east Spain. On a little finca with a small casa is relatively cheap compared to living in other parts of the world provided, that is,  you do not expect a takeaway within walking distance or a bar … Continue reading

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It Never Rains In Southern California

This could be a title for a song, only trouble is it never rains in California period.   So it’s not a new phenomenon for them, as year after year the land burns it’s just the scale that has changed. The lack of rain now affects most … Continue reading

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Water? Drought?

I look with amazement at the news of drought conditions in Britain.  A vast desert spreading before me with sand piling up against the Houses of Parliament.  The Thames run dry, people with buckets scraping at muddy holes to survive until the World … Continue reading

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