A selection of articles and publications by ASP Members, or that relate to the work we do.
Sport: climate victim and villain. Champions for Earth show there’s another way
“Sport occupies an unusual place in society. It’s simultaneously public and private – something we do for our own personal health, but also a multibillion-dollar
The Shared Ingredients for a Wellbeing Economy
For those with an interest in Wellbeing Economics, the Centre for Thriving Places has just issued a discussion paper that looks at the most advanced models,
Why COP is more important than ever
Global emissions are still rising, and this has been used to fuel an argument that COP is not fit for purpose. But this misunderstands the
Innovation: Dr Sally Campbell
Science and the Parliament November 2022 The Royal Society of Chemistry runs a conference every year in Edinburgh, with speakers and panels across scientific disciplines
COP15 Biodiversity Conference Review: Voice Of Arran, Sally Campbell
First published in Voice of Arran, December 2022 By Sally Campbell. All image credits to Greenpeace. Biodiversity Loss, Restore Ecosystems and Protect Indigenous Rights The
This is it. The tipping point – COP is dead!
As of today, COP is unashamedly part of the problem, not part of the solution. The purpose of COP, supposedly, is to limit climate change.
COP15: lion or lamb, phoenix or dodo?
By Nicky Saunter on 21 December 2022 published on Rapid Transition Alliance Photo by Erik Karits I had been dreading COP15, because engaging with two
EcoArt in Action
ClimateCultures editor Mark Goldthorpe describes the context for this innovative review: “In Autumn 2021, researcher and producer Chris Fremantle and I discussed a review of
A journey… Michelle Furtado
When I hear about the need to ‘make the business case’, I ready myself for a challenge. Our needs for an emerging economy — in
Indigenous cultures hold the keys to sustaining our planet. At COP15, will we finally be listening?
Hello ASP friends As we are on this wisdom journey – I thought of sharing this Toronto Globe and Mail article written by Canadian Ethnographer
Robotic Plant ‘Econario’ to take centre stage at COP15 biodiversity summit
A 5.3 metre moving artwork Econario will provide a daily forecast each day – a ‘biodiversity thermometer’ reacting to decisions taken at this major summit
5G, or NOT 5G?
There’s always debate and different perspectives in all science… Wireless radiation is neither safe nor healthy Hundreds of scientific studies prove harm to life far