On Thursday 6th July, John Powell travelled to the Netherlands in advance of the 16th International IASC Conference in Utrecht. As a regular blogger during these events, John has written the first of what we expect to be a multitude posts.
As current IASC President John Powell has been particularly busy at the current international conference in Utrecht. He has not been as prolific as with previous conferences, but has had the opportunity to pen this piece – inspired by a bicycle related altercation he witnessed, about urban commons and how they are (or not) regulated.
In July 2017 the 16th Biennial IASC conference takes place in Utrecht. As current President of the IASC John Powell has penned a few lines in eager anticipation of the event.
John Powell recently visited a common in South Wales which has been the focus of many battles over recent times, but the one that took place while he was there was a little out of the ordinary!
As the weather has warmed, Isabel Fielden has been busy in her garden adding plants in an effort to make it more wildlife friendly. It would appear to have been working as she has received a number of visitors. Read more in the latest instalment in her series of Blog posts.
Luca Lazzarini, who is visiting the CCRI from 13th February to 31st July 2017, writes about the ViaSalaria study walk across Italy, which he is co-organising and raising funds for.
Spring is in full swing in Gloucestershire, and Isabel Fielden has been busy in her garden creating a haven for wildlife. Things have been planted, built and there has been a much welcomed visitor. Read more in part three of how she is transforming her garden.
Today is Cheltenham Gold Cup day, and the finale of the Cheltenham Festival. Find out how it is possible to get up close with horse racing for free at Prestbury Park, as John Powell did yesterday.
With spring looming ever nearer, Isabel, CCRI’s Project Support Officer, has been making some changes in her garden as she aims to make it more appealing to wildlife. Read the second instalment of her endeavours.
John Powell has been fairly quiet recently regarding writing Blog articles. However, in a return to form, he has written this throught provoking piece about urban trees – partly inspired by events that took place in Sheffield.