I write regularly for The Guardian, The New Statesman and the The Spectator. Since 1987 I have contributed to the Guardian Country Diary – an article every other Tuesday (it is now around 860 pieces). For my Guardian profile and latest articles click here.
Among recent reviews for The Spectator is an account of three big art shows on trees, fungi and insects. These are at the Hayward Gallery and Somerset House in London and at the GroundWork Gallery in King’s Lynn. Several have reopened, so all the more reason to read about what you could be missing. Here.
In the autumn I wrote an extended essay in the New Statesman on what lockdown taught us about the importance of nature. It considers how environmental policy is currently failing nature and looks at what we could do differently to improve the British environment and the nation’s access to it. Here.