I was very honoured to be asked by Sam Staddon of the University of Edinburgh to speak to her Masters students as part of their
The housing crisis continues to cause hardship and suffering to many people, both in urban and rural areas. While many struggle to find a home
Many thanks to Neil Reid for his review of my book in the February edition of Scottish Mountaineer https://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/html5/reader/production/default.aspx?pnum=64&edid=cac5c963-33c3-48ce-81a1-7e32760f678e&isshared=true It is great to hear from
In my book I elaborate on what I call a ‘conservation sense of place’, generally referring to activities, ideas and emotions that value non-human nature.
One of the most important issues around the questions Land for what? Land for Whom? is how we make decisions about how land is used.
A farmer on a sporting estate near the Cairngorms told me recently about the role of pheasant shooting on the estate where he works. The