Author Archives: katharinahone
On 2nd of November we had the great privillege to welcome Prof Matthew Paterson to Aberystwyth. He spoke on ‘Global governance through transnational networks: the spread of carbon markets to deal with climate change.’ You can watch his presentation in … Continue reading
Wales seems to be emerging as a nation that is taking sustainability seriously. There is a great track record on sustainable matters. But further, there is the idea of Wales setting an example, within the UK and maybe beyond. For … Continue reading
During our previous meeting we have been discussing Julie Guthman’s “Bringing good food to others: investigating the subjects of alternative food practices” (Cultural Geographies 2008/ 15) Guthman looks at various projects “focused on selling, donating, bringing or growing fresh fruits … Continue reading
Our next event: A Filmmaker’s Journey – Can We Promote a Nuanced Climate Conversation Through Digital Media and the Arts?
Film-Making on Climate Change: Sara Penrhyn Jones “A Filmmaker’s Journey: Can We Promote a Nuanced Climate Conversation Through Digital Media and the Arts?” Sara Penrhyn Jones will talk about her experience of filming at the yearly climate conferences (Conferences of … Continue reading
I would like to share an awareness raising and social media initiative on climate change that I have been involved with over the last few weeks. We launched yesterday and it is getting very exciting. At the time of the … Continue reading
Our group read and discussed “The Regime Complex for Climate Change” by Robert O. Keohane and David G. Victor. Professor Keohane was visiting the Department of International Politics the day after our meeting, and so we thought that this an … Continue reading