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Public Environmental History

How do we go about making environmental history more public? This is a difficult task and I think it requires a shift in thinking about the field. Continue reading

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We are here.

Thirty-eight years ago today the crew of Apollo 17 took a photograph from space that would become known as “The Blue Marble.” Continue reading

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A Conference beyond Place.

In the past year I have spent approximately 30 hours in airplanes going to conferences and workshops. That is about 19 914km travelled – a footprint I try not to think about too much. The reason for all this travel … Continue reading

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Walls all fall down eventually, even imaginary ones.

I spent a lot of time thinking about walls today – probably because today is the culmination of nearly a month of media hype over the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.  The Guardian newspaper started posting … Continue reading

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