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Some random musings on natural capital. Sacrifice may have been a way for societies to avoid creating ecological debt. Ecological debt is another way of describing the damage to nature inflicted by human activity. Arguably ecological debt starts when modern … Continue reading
I am in two minds whether to buy Tony Juniper’s new book, What nature does for Britain. On the one hand I think it will be well written and entertaining with lots of good examples of positive action for nature. … Continue reading
Trading Floor at The New York Stock Exchange 1963 We have now had four and a half years of austerity, of seeing our public services, and more widely, the public realm in Britain being cut … Continue reading