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Transcript: An Agroecological Vision for the United Kingdom with Jyoti Fernandes

May 11, 2021

Landscapes Podcast Episode 5. May 2021

*The transcript has been lightly edited for clarity and comprehension


Adam Calo: [00:00:17] The largest contemporary social movement in the world is arguably La Via Campesina, a global organization of peasant and smallholders that represents over 200 million constituent...

May 10, 2021

Jyoti Fernandes, farmer of Five Penny Farms and Policy Coordinator with the UK based Landworkers’ Alliance, discusses what agroecology means to her and the efforts to shape food policy in the United Kingdom. We also discuss the risk of agroecology being co-opted and the current boycott of the UN Food Systems...

Transcript: The Role of the Arts on Landscape Science with Ewan Allinson

Apr 14, 2021

Transcript: The role of arts on landscape science - (Ewan Allinson) – Landscapes Podcast April 2021

*The transcript has been lightly edited for clarity and comprehension


If you look at any major environmental problem today, I believe part of its origin story can be attributed to the consequence of some...

Apr 14, 2021

Too much expert-led decision making has long been shown to deliver perverse outcomes for the environment and society. What if a more earnest collaboration with artists and the arts is the secret ingredient to unlocking a more egalitarian science and society relationship? Independent sculptor, dry stone waller,...

Mar 23, 2021

The past decades have seen the rise to dominance of the ecosystem services framework, a worldview and scientific practice that sees the processes of the biosphere through a lens of how they prop up human activities. Within academic circles, the concept is hotly contested. Some see valuing nature with the language...