The following is a very haphazard collection of some of my published writings over the past decade or so. This is all material that was on the old Friends of the Earth Australia website, will move material over as I have time. Comments most welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org
It may take some time to transfer files. Because many articles are fairly old links may not always work.
- International solidarity & global perspectives
The Nigeria Delta, oil interests and community resistance, 10 years after the death of Ken Saro Wiwa. [November 2006].
External Debt, Ecological Debt – Who Owes Who?
Environmental Justice, Ecological Debt and Environmental Space: a framework for change? 
International conference on human and environmental rights, Colombia 
Resistance at Big Mountain 
Resistance as a strategy for sustainability Ecuador 
- Australian environment
At the 2014 Victorian election, the green battle ground will be a paddock, not a forest 
What the federal government State of the Environment report says (and doesn’t). 
- movement politics
the social movements after 911. Some reflections on environmental and social justice campaigning in the changed realities post September 11. 
- climate change
Hope, despair and resilience 
Climate change imperatives, water intensity and re-localisation of agriculture 
Finding Your Way to the Greens: From Lake Pedder to green capitalism? 
The 3rd Degree, Frontline in Australia’s climate war 
Decolonising Nature. Strategies for Conservation in a Post-Colonial Era 
Basically, bioregionalism is simply a new name for an old practise. It comes from “Bio” – life, “Region” – a physical or geographic boundary, and “ism” – the human part- the practise of how we relate to and live with a particular place. Although you can trace the idea of bioregionalism back as far as you can trace the story of humanity, as a theory, it has it’s recent roots in the popular movements of the 1960’s.
If you’re interested in this topic, please check my seperate site on bioregional thinking and south east Australia.