Environmental Media

Sailing In Southern Brittany

Sailing is like chess. Many factors come into play. Success comes from making the best use of changing winds and making good use currents and tides for a conveyor belt boost to help reach the destination. Careful planning, prudence, respect for the elements, a bit of luck and help from the gods are essential ingredients. Sailing in Southern Brittany in mid-summer involves warm seas, fair winds and sublime cuisine. Read more →


Catherine Dobson Horizon Sailing Conwy Marina

I will always remember leaving Conwy Marina under hot, azure skies and reassuring zephyrs. The shimmering light conditions matched the best of Hollywood. Filming and producing a sailing video was going to be fun. Catherine Dobson's calm, reassuring teaching style as a RYA Cruising Instructor helped. Conwy is a stunning base for about two thousand yachts. The marina facilitates an expert boating infrastructure for North Wales and the Menai Strait. The area is one of the finest and most interesting cruising areas in the Britain. Read more →


#LoveLurchers-Monty-The-Sight-Hound-A-Dog-Video

Monty is a three year old Lurcher. Here he is enjoying the spring sunshine at Galgate, Lancashire. He comes from the Lancaster Dog Rescue Centre and now has new owners. The best thing in the world for Monty is running in wide open spaces. Read more →


Best Of Britannia North – Views on EU Referendum

The Old Post Office, Preston convened the annual Best if Britannia Trade Show. On the Press Day, exhibitors were asked about their views on European Union. Here are two contrasting people sharing their views: www.joylanfarms.co.uk from Lancashire specialize in producing milk as a high value nutrient-rich food. They local shops, milk rounds, farm shops, hospitals and schools. UCLAN Textile’s Department has a great tradition of producing enterprising students with a wide range of talents. Here two students exhibit their exceptional work. An exit from the EU would be detrimental to opportunities and university education. Read more →


Dreaming On A Spring Day

Dreaming, walking the lurcher. The sun's rays bouncing, glittering back of the water, creating sparkling patterns. How to capture the beauty of the moment? Is it going to be dull realism or can I have licence to be creative? Creativity is like fresh air. It lets you have another way of seeing, thinking, understanding and communicating. Read more →


Wedge Tail Eagle Conservation Tracking Crowdfunding Project

Dearest Eagle Trackers, WELCOME aboard, and thank you for choosing WEDGETAIL AIRWAYS! I write to express my sincere THANKS for your pledge to my crowdfunding campaign! The past 50 days have been action-packed with marketing exercises and the campaign has been ticking along nicely! With 10 days left, we have reached 75% of the target, which is fantastic news! Read more →


Save The Wedge-Tailed Eagle Sponsor Research For Conservation

This research project is important for several key reasons: 1. IT'S NEVER BEEN DONE ...AND IT'S IMPORTANT TO HAVE UPDATED KNOWLEDGE 2.EAGLES STILL FACE MANY THREATS - THE WEDGIES' HISTORY TELLS AN IMPORTANT STORY - EAGLES CAPTURE ATTENTION AND INSPIRE Read more →


Simon Cherriman Australian Conservationist

As a leading practitioner in preserving ornithology, flora, fauna and the ecology in the outback, he is exceptionally well qualified. With a first class honours degree in environmental science and a master in film making, Simon has produced a range of media illustrating his import work. Read more →


Voile Houat - Golfe du Mobihan

Here is a narrated video of the navigation from Houat to the Golfe du Morbihan. The video sets out to introduce new audiences to sailing. There are images of cardinal bouys, isolated danger marks and port and starboard bouys. The supporting digital book with embedded video is aimed at RYA Competent Crew, RYA Day Skipper and sailors working towards their RYA Coastal Skippers or Yachtmaster qualification. Read more →