If someone brings up nature it is all too easy to think of rolling green fields, neatly ordered rows of crops, and cattle chewing away gormlessly oblivious to their fate. It is an image of cultivation cultivated into the national memory as what the British country side is, how is should be and always hasContinue reading “2. Reforming Farming?”
1.2: Capitalising on Covid – Short-term gains or the opportunity to enact a longer-term investment strategy?
To continue the bad clichés, 2020 has been far from business as usual. While there is some progress towards society returning to normality there seems to be an understanding that economically there will to be shocks. The drops in national economies are huge. Although it is likely that that this is just a shorter-term shock,Continue reading “1.2: Capitalising on Covid – Short-term gains or the opportunity to enact a longer-term investment strategy?”
1.1: Recovering from Covid in times of climate crisis – A look at ‘green’ recovery strategy in the face of global pandemic
It may be a cliché to state that we live in uncertain times but in 2020 we as a planet have experienced financial and social upheaval not seen for over a generation. Covid-19 has changed a significant portion of society’s actions. Such a drastic change in lifestyle, even in the short term, it is almostContinue reading “1.1: Recovering from Covid in times of climate crisis – A look at ‘green’ recovery strategy in the face of global pandemic”
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