In the story of environmental degradation, islands have a very special place. Through the eighteenth and nineteenth century, remote islands were significant in early theories of the relationship between the … Continue reading Islands of Green
Book review: Through a combination of very sophisticated analysis and a visceral feel for its key constituency UKIP has found the hollowed out heart of British politics and lodged itself there.
I deliberately follow a number of people on Twitter with whom I profoundly disagree. Over the last couple of years I have been reading the literature on social media & … Continue reading Beyond the Echo-Chamber
I’m a new to the study of the commons, so the conference in Bologna that I’m currently taking part in has been a plunge into the deep end – fortunately … Continue reading #urbancommons questions
There’s nothing new or modish about organics – until the 1950s, all the food we ate was organically produced. I have a lot of time for Joanna Blythman, as well … Continue reading Only certified organic food is organic.