Monthly Archives: September 2018

Privacy

This website collects a variety of data about you when you visit. None of it can, generally, easily personally identify you, unless you opt into my email newsletter. Though if you tell me you’re going on a weekend to Iceland … Continue reading

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How liberalism meant 12,000 more Namibian elephants

Elephants are in a dramatic decline across Africa. So how do you save them? Should you simply shoot poachers on sight, as Kenya does? Or try and work with the communities where they live? Working as an environmental economist in … Continue reading

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How Namibian women got equal land rights

While I was working in Namibia as a young aid worker, in the 1990s, the ordinary farmers of Namibia faced a problem. After having half of their land stolen under colonialism, the other half was rapidly being stolen by the … Continue reading

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