Many of the world’s most pressing problems arise from the enclosure of land.
The extraordinary work of the neurobiologist Antonio Damasio shows that wisdom is inextricable from emotion
Just as we tried to ignore Germany’s preparations for war, now we refuse to acknowledge the impending global catastrophe
Genetic engineering will transfer power from the poor to the rich
Land use in Britain will always work against us, until we demand control over the decisions which govern it
We’re in danger of succumbing to the cynical politics of advertising
The National Trust must lose its attachment to aristocratic values
The Duke of Edinburgh, currently president of the WWF, is an environmental disaster area
The decision to build a road takes place before the public inquiry begins
Language barriers are good, not bad, and their loss is a disaster for hundreds of millions of people
South Africa has embarked on a brave and hazardous land reform programme
Britain’s landlords are trespassing against our right to enjoy the countryside
Tourism extracts the differences between ourselves and other people
Our treatment of gypsies and travellers reveals Little England at its worst: mean-spirited, vindictive and narrow-minded.
Review of Slide Mountain, or The Folly of Owning Nature, by Theodore Steinberg
Reductionism is making science ever less relevant to our lives.
A new campaign is born
Review of: The River Stops Here: How One Man’s Battle to Save His Valley Changed the Fate of California. Ted Simon, Random House, New York.
The superstores are changing the world to suit themselves
Britain needs a liberation theology movement