Fiona Kirkwood
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Fiona Kirkwood joined Tree Nursery & Forest Garden's group

Friends of the Tree Nursery

Trees and hedges, bees and veggies! One of Hackney's longest-running growing projects. Active hands and armchair support are both welcome.Keep in touch / support us here, &/or at our blog and web pages, &/or join our mailing listSee More
Oct 30, 2018
Fiona Kirkwood joined James Diamond's group

Hackney Food Growers Network

The Food Grower's Network has discovered over 90 food growing projects in the borough!See More
Oct 30, 2018
Fiona Kirkwood joined Katherine Pitt's group


This is a group for people who are concerned about the decline of bees, and are working locally to help them or would like to get involved.Friends of the Earth’s Bee Cause campaign is currently calling for a national bee action plan while raising awareness of the need to help bees.Locally, many groups and individuals have been planting bee-friendly plants and Hackney Council has created several new wildflower meadows.Please use this group…See More
Oct 30, 2018
Fiona Kirkwood joined Mike Martin's group
Oct 30, 2018
Fiona Kirkwood joined Russell Miller's group


Forum for discussing all things TREES.See More
Oct 8, 2018
Fiona Kirkwood is now part of the Sustainable Hackney network
Oct 3, 2018

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About me
The health of planet and the wellbeing of all its inhabitants are incredibly important to me.
Making life on Earth more sustainable has got to be top of the agenda for all humanity and anything that gets in the way of achieving this simply must be challenged and corrected, be it from corporations, institutions, or on an individual level.

A while ago I came across an idea called a Natural Law Resourced Based Economy. This is an idea for a complete shift from the current socio-economic system of capitalism, which is based on infinite growth and profit, to one that will be able to provide everyone with fair access to all needs, physical social and mental, and that takes into account that the planets resources are finite so must be managed much better.

I think that a connection to nature is essential to wellbeing so learning to preserve the beauty of nature and establish this connection are of particular interest to me.
Biodiversity, Built Environment, Education, Energy, Food, Transport, Green Economy, Waste and recycling, Pollution

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