Monthly Archives: August 2013

Quiz time. What’s the connection between a ridiculously healthy hydrangea, Gladstone pottery Museum, #food security and a blocked toilet?

Got it? No? OK, here’s the link for me. On one side of the old house we live in is a hydrangea growing up the wall, on the other side of the house a clematis. The hydrangea grows like mad, … Continue reading

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Environmental policy failure in Australia and what should be done about it – interview with Dr Ken Walker

I’ve just had a visitor – Dr Ken Walker – from Australia who’s recently co-edited a book about environmental policy failure there. I’ve known Ken since we were at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio some 40 years ago. He’s … Continue reading

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