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Improving the productivity of dryland agriculture in Ethiopia

Many approaches to the restoration of degraded drylands have been successful in Ethiopia. However, despite these and other success stories, scaling-up land restoration approaches (or ‘options’) often proves challenging. 213 more words


Should Remainers make the best of Brexit?

A Militant Remainer’s Response to Prof Hix

The British media has done a great job infantilising resistance to the craziness of Brexit with stories along the lines of Remainers suffering… 727 more words


Academics at LSE Summer School

It might sound strange that I’m an economics major studying at the London School of Economics, yet not taking any economics classes.

I decided that while abroad, I wanted to study a new subject outside of my major. 687 more words


The Innovation of the Everyday at Different Scales

Scale is a concept I’ve got familiar with since my first year in Architecture. I am been taught that drawings have to be in scale in relation to the context. 366 more words



This time last month, I had just finished my last final of my third year of college. As I packed away my belongings and took photos off of the wall above my desk, I reflected on the year and thought about how hard it would be to say goodbye. 340 more words


'Food for thought':oil drilling in lands of uncontacted tribes

‘Food for Thought’: Oil drilling in lands of uncontacted tribes | Beaver Online

By Holly Brentall Indigenous land rights society, LSESU Terra, protested last Wednesday outside the offices of Perenco Oil in Chelsea, handing out free muffins and sandwiches wrapped in fliers explaining their cause.

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