Despite the nights drawing in and the onset of winter, there is plenty of planning to do for the spring. Year two of the Urban Garden Project will be about continuing to create wildlife habitats and to improve biodiversity. Read more in the 6th installment of Isabel’s blog.
Before Christmas, John Powell published the first part of a series of blog posts concerning time as a resource. In this second post, he discusses looking back and forwards in time, and how choices made by ourselves or others can set us along a particular path – one that we may not always be happy with.
John Powell the current IASC president considers the notion of time as a shared resource in this, the first of three blogs. This first part introduces the notion of time, its complexity, our limited understanding of the concept and the three facets which will be explored in subsequent articles.
Katie Hickford is our Placement Student for 2017/18. Having completed her 2nd year studying Environmental Science at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, Katie is now completing her industrial placement sandwich year with the CCRI. Katie has written about her her first 3 months experience with the CCRI,
John Powell, who is currently in China has managed to find the centre of the Universe (we are unsure whether he means the observable or known!) If you would like to know where this is, read more in his latest blog post!
IASC president John Powell is currently in China and attending the first ever commons themed conference. Focusing on water governance, John has been visiting a number of locations observing related issues and has had an opportunity to produce a short blog post detailing his experiences so far.
The first installment from the new placement student Katie, who started at CCRI the beginning of September. Read more to find out what she has been up to in the last month, the work she is doing with Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and the places she has been exploring.
It’s hard to think of something more satisfying than foraging for wild food and turning it into something delicious. Julie Ryan talks about her recent foraging escapades in the French Alps and her local forest.
Part two of Geotourism in the French Alps. Julie Ryan explores the Geopark site of Col de Bassachaux in the Haute-Savoie
The sun shining has resulted in Isabel Fielden’s vegetable patch becoming very productive. The garden has been full of wildlife and flowers, and she has created a mini pond to encourage more insects and frogs to visit her garden. Read more in the 5th instalment of Isabel’s blog.