Analysing the relationship between millennials’ perceptions of the natural environment and the conservation of natural spaces

My name is Sam Dawson and I am studying a Bachelor of Science degree in Countryside Management at Harper Adams University. For my Honours Research Project (HRP) I am researching the potential disengagement of 18-30 year-olds (termed Millennials or Generation Y) in access to natural spaces and the possible implications …

A Natural Disaster

The summer of 2020 was a long one of writing for Margot and me. We had just three weeks to work with Ruth Valerio and Tim Howles on the Grove booklet, COVID-19: Environment, Justice, and the Future. We made the deadline and the booklet appeared in July. The largest project …

Looking Forward to COP26

Bishop David Atkinson has been at the forefront of theological thinking about climate change. He has recently produced a paper, “Looking Forward to COP26”,  concerning his thoughts on the crucial climate change meeting in Glasgow next year. He has asked if we could publish it for him. The paper can …

Shelly Dennison reviews “English Pastoral” by James Rebanks

David Attenborough’s recent BBC documentary, Extinction: The Facts, was a stark warning about biodiversity loss. Pulling no punches, it examined the causes and consequences of a global crisis, taking us from Brazil to Africa and China.  Like many viewers, I was left with a mixture of emotions – anger, fear, …