Monthly Archives: November 2011

Running out

This post is about one of the ten short films in the Open University/BBC Creative Climate short film competition, made by students from UK film schools. You can see them all here on the OU’s YouTube channel. What If by Mark Benson … Continue reading

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Ten Creative Climate short films launched

Find ten wonderful new short films just released on the Open University’s youtube channel. They’ve all been made by the winners of our environmental short film competition. Having worked in environmental research and communications for more than two decades I can claim … Continue reading

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More about the Cambridge Media and Environment Programme

Here I’m reposting a comment I’ve offered on Tony Newbery’s Harmless Sky and Andrew Montford’s Bishop Hill blog in order to reduce the level of misunderstanding and misrepresentation surrounding the seminars programme: Dear Tony I have answered your direct questions … Continue reading

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About the Cambridge Media and Environment Programme and Earth Reporters

An apology to my regular reader/s. This is going to be very dull, but I’m aware of some comments over at Bishop Hill blog that require correction. Some are about a long term series of seminars I co-organised with Roger … Continue reading

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‘A Start on Such a Night is Full of Promise’

In 1888 Nansen and other brave Danish fellows took it into their heads to walk over the Greenland icecap, from East to West. Far far more dangerous than a trip to the moon in a tin can in the 1970s. … Continue reading

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