Why are 97% of our rivers shut to the public? A millionaire minister’s amazing conflicts of interest give you a clue.
The line that separates the public from the private sphere is arbitrary, but fiercely policed.
Why we need land value taxation.
Could the rubbish published in the Observer about birds of prey be related to the author’s undisclosed interests?
In the name of saving the natural world, governments are privatising it.
A new front opens up in the war against nature.
This is the fate of young people today: excluded, but forbidden to opt out.
Enclosure and dispossession have driven us, like John Clare, all a little mad.
A report on deer in the Scottish Highlands is a sycophantic paean to Balmorality and landed power.
This planning battle is a fight between the people and a totalitarian model of capitalism.
The government’s claim that local people will have more say over planning is an outright lie.
Read the small print and you find that the government wants a total abandonment of the planning system.
As Sydney residents are being paid to leave the city, the case for compact, high-density settlement becomes clearer than ever.
The sale of England’s state forests is a chance to do something interesting. It’s being squandered.
Why does England have weaker rules on opencast mining than Wales and Scotland?
Here’s the remarkable, hidden truth about our housing crisis.
How good planning can make us slimmer, fitter, safer and less lonely.
How the poor were airbrushed from history
Yes, I am sorry to say, we need them.
A vast new opencast pit will ruin local people’s lives and wreck the government’s climate change policies. How was it allowed to happen?