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On the city streets of Hobart in Tasmania, Australia, where I am currently on sabbatical leave from my professorship, it’s not uncommon to see cockatoos flying overhead and pink-billed pelicans and black swans feeding along the urban shoreline. Wander the […]

Is Nature Really the Greatest Show ...


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I live between two different worlds. I grew up amidst the bustling streets of London, but I now live in a small town in Essex. My memories of nature in London are full of tenacious pigeons and green spaces that […]

A Thousand Windows Shining


  Clean energy is becoming less exotic and more practical than ever before thanks to the efforts of a few key countries. Collectively, they’re greasing the wheels for a worldwide revolution. The Breakthrough in Renewable Energy, a new documentary produced […]

The Breakthrough in Renewable Energy



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You are cordially invited to the workshop: “Layered Landscapes, Ethics and Wildness” ─ a two-day workshop on rewilding and heritage landscapes. Nijmegen, Netherlands 17 and 18 June 2016 Time: Friday 17th June, 14h00-18h30 Saturday 18th June, 9h00-13h00 Location: Radboud University […]

WORKSHOP ─ “Layered Landscapes, Ethics and ...


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Albatross are solitary wanderers, covering vast distances over storm-lashed southern oceans, nesting on remote and inhospitable islands. They hold a place in our cultural imaginations as lonely and mysterious birds, at home in the wildest corners of the earth. A […]

At Home with the Albatross


  The future of the planet is under attack. In just the past few years, we’ve witnessed unprecedented waves of brutal storms, massive oil spills engulfing our oceans and sea life, and the hottest temperatures ever recorded in human history. […]

Disobedience