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Access to Justice in Environmental Matters: the Aarhus Convention

Reading the Aarhus Convention today in relation to Scottish Power Energy Networks (SPEN) Strategic Reinforcement Project I came across Article 6, Clause 3.  This says “… public participation procedures shall include reasonable time-frames for the different phases, allowing sufficient time for informing the public … and for the public to prepare and participate effectively …” 167 more words

Dumgal Against Pylons

A Line in the Sand for On-Shore Wind: the impact on Dumfries & Galloway

Will Amber Rudd’s announcement in Parliament on Monday this week that draws a line in the sand for on-shore wind farms influence Scottish Power Energy Networks Strategic Reinforcement proposal for Dumfries & Galloway? 670 more words


In all mammals, the organs of sense become also organs for the transmission of messages about relationship […] The problem of how to transmit our ecological reasoning to those whom we wish to influence in what seems to us to be an ecologically “good” direction is itself an ecological problem. 83 more words


In his 2003 essay A Short History of the Future of Walking, Phil Smith issued a provocation:

‘Does anyone ever follow the tracks of the pylons? 795 more words



As a score for a walking performance, Trans-missions has been on its own slow and meandering journey, going through many iterations before I finally settled on its current form.   699 more words