Nature and place

The Learned Pig
Shopping centres, caves and the fate of us all

Impakter Magazine
The Key to the SDGs: Conserving and Restoring Wetlands

Richard Jefferies Society Journal
Richard Jefferies: Nature Near London

City Creatures
Carrying the wild home
All the wild horses
On the benefits of urban monomania

Synaesthesia
An America For Every Season

The Real Story
In Search of the Perseids

Roofing Today
Roofing and Swift Conservation

Peninsula Magazine
From Plymouth to Penryn via Google Maps

Wildlife in the City
I wrote a series of blogs for the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s project Wildlife in the City. The project has since ended and the blog has been taken offline. You can download PDFs of the pieces I wrote below.
Spring into duck spotting! (this piece was also re-published in Wild About Notts, a print magazine sent the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust members three times per year)
Go on an urban safari!
Butterfly spotting at King’s Meadow

FLEX (Falmouth and Exeter Student Newspaper)
Travel: The Aran Islands
Travel: St Michael’s Mount
Review: Night Waking

Social media

Political Studies Review (paid access)
Review: Social Media: A Critical Introduction by Christian Fuchs
Review: Understanding Social Media by Sam Hinton and Larissa Hjorth

Smith Goodfellow PR blog
Don’t think big, think small and valuable connections
Social Media and the Colour Blue
Learning to Love Social Media

Political Insight
Are Politics departments making the most of social media?

Nature: garden, paradise, or wilderness?

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City wilds, urban gardening and black self-recovery

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Wickerby: An Urban Pastoral by Charles Siebert

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