Monthly Archives: April 2015

THE MYSTERY OF MEADOWHEAD’S DISAPPEARING TREES

  THE MYSTERY OF MEADOWHEAD’S DISAPPEARING TREES Now you see them, now you don’t – continued from the Sheffield Star Wildside article this coming weekend 2nd May   Nearby Norton Roundabout – this is how it was…….. This is how it … Continue reading

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Environmental politics and devolution – notes from the Guardian debate

Environmental politics and devolution – notes from the Guardian debate This was the introduction to the handout:  Professor Ian Rotherham is a leading authority on environmental issues in relation to regional development, tourism, and local communities. He works with a … Continue reading

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Environmental politics and self-interest in the raw – ‘You’ve Been Trumped’

Environmental politics and self-interest in the raw – ‘You’ve Been Trumped’ At Sheffield Hallam University last night, 23rd April, we welcomed a Guardian Live event on 23 April, hosted by TV presenter Rick Edwards and the University’s politics team, and … Continue reading

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Smog over Sheffield ITN News 19th March 2015

Smog over Sheffield ITN News 19th March 2015

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Wild in the Eye of the Beholder by Ian Rotherham for Conservation Land Management 2015

Red deer by Peter Wolstenholme Wild in the Eye of the Beholder A recent article I wrote for the journal, Conservation Land Management, 2015 Wild in the Eye of the Beholder by Ian Rotherham for Conservation Land Management 2015

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Illustrated lecture by Professor Ian Rotherham on ‘Beyond the Wood – the remarkable story of trees and woods in history’

Join me tomorrow evening – Tuesday 14th April 2015 for an illustrated lecture: ‘Beyond the Wood – the remarkable story of trees and woods in history’ With the Friends of Gillfield Wood, Totley –  AGM and talk in Totley Library, Baslow … Continue reading

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