Free video of GTV Broadcast on The causes and solutions to our current crisis. Exploring the economic, ecological and social apocalypse.
Seminar on Paradise lost, paradise restored? Why the conservation movement has it all wrong. Available on MP3 or CD formats. Listen to the first few minutes free at: Greenbelt Talks
Seminar on Whose Home is it Anyway? Tribalism versus Diversity. Available on MP£ and CD formats. Listen to the first few minutes free at: Greenbelt Talks
A discussion with Dr Keith Skene, Inderjit Bhogal, Suad Younan, Nadia Bolz-Weber, Cole Moreton and Jim Davies on Are we there yet? Available on MPs and CD formats, Listen to first few minutes free at Greenbelt Talks
Seminar on Sustainability: the (much) bigger picture. Available on MP3 and CD formats. Listen to the first 2 minutes free at Greenbelt Talks
It's not Carbon, Stupid: why carbon isn't the greatest threat to global sustainability (Free)
In a challenging article recently published in Contemporary Review, Dr Keith Skene argues that we are in danger of missing the boat by pursuing carbon as the biggest threat to humankind. Instead, he points to a different set of threats that clearly form the need for a much more urgent response.
Form, Function, Forests and Fossils. Sustainability Revisited. (Free)
A challenging paper on the future of sustainability and the impact of the dominance of form over function in science and beyond.
Citisphere: Ecosystem Lost and Found
A powerpoint presentation exploring how cities can return to the Biosphere By Dr Keith Skene