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Nicola Baird
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Eco bunny, green mum, Islington writer
Eco bunny, green mum, Islington writer

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Another country: the crazy art world
This blog looks at ways of learning about the world without having to get on a plane. Discovering art is very low carbon - enjoy t he  inside story of self-proclaimed art terrorist, AK47, who
stole a Banksy.   Words from  Nicola Baird . Meet AK47artist at h...

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ways to see india - and china - and dragons just by going to Brighton

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Indian style in the heart of Brighton
This blog looks at ways of learning about the world without having to get on a plane. Here's a look inside George IV's crazy Brighton Pavilion which is a mix up of India and China, places that the King never visited. Best of all it's full of dragons.  Words...

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Where is the cleanest air in the world? And why is it so clean? For general interest and people who love clean air.

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Breathe in, breathe out: from best to worst
This blog usually looks at ways of learning about the world without having to get on a plane. But this time let's compare air pollution in the world's cleanest country, Solomon Islands (once my home) and London (now my home).  Words from  Nicola Baird . Gua...

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Art in Venice that deserves a big hand.

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Many hands make light work & powerful statements
Can art ever say anything important about the political issues of the day? This blog looks at ways of learning about the world without having to get on a plane (because this blog is all about travelling without racking up a mega carbon footprint).  Words fr...

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Learning the secrets of Ethiopian cooking - to make a fab miser wat.

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Trying to cook Ethiopian style
Learning to cook Ethiopian style at an evening session run at Central Street Cookery School was a fabulous treat . And then, no longer strangers, we ate together. This is a wonderful way to learn more about Ethiopia without having to get on a plane (because...

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thoughts about historic river explorers of the River Nile during a few days walking and cycling by the River Lea using the Lea Valley Walk guide book.
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