Steve is a freelance writer and journalist who lives in Hampshire, UK, with his wife and five children. He writes serious articles about the environment, technology and social change, and extremely silly pantomimes and plays in his spare time.
The foresight of some geologists has adjusted our treatment of politicians on several energy extractions and reservoir projects. They seem to be correct in blaming earthquakes on human interference, but can Chinese, Spanish or New Zealand politics afford to take note of dire warnings?
With populations in the Atlantic very low, the bulk of the Japanese expensive taste for tuna is catered for in the distant Pacific islands. The need is to regulate these small ports and stop the rot before 2 more species become simply another gap in the ecosystem.