What… it’s September?! We’re not sure how on earth this has happened, we’re slowly creeping into Autumn and schools are going back to actual classrooms. If there was ever a time giving us the ‘fresh start’ feels it is the month of September.
With the lockdown restrictions gradually easing, we’re starting to reflect on the last few months, which have been the strangest in our lives. As we start to slide towards some form of normality, we’re starting to see some sort of light at the end of the tunnel.
The thing with loneliness is that often it’s invisible. It’s also a feeling that can be hard to explain or understand. Why do we feel lonely in a world more connected than ever before?
While the UK looks to slowly ease lockdown restrictions to restart the economy, business is gradually being ramped back up. While the Government considers how the country will recover from the effects of COVID-19, a group of purpose-driven businesses are calling for the health of our planet to be put at the heart of all recovery business decisions.
From slamming climate activists to shaming environmentalists, this new wave of shamers is more dangerous than before. They trivialise climate change, mock the science and try to halt the movement which millions of people all over the globe have worked tirelessly to mobilise.
We headed down to the Extinction Rebellion Bristol road-block to meet the people behind the protest and find out their inspiration and hopes for getting involved.