The ‘not a panacea’ hot takes are uninteresting and unhelpful
In defence of partial climate solutions
20 August, 2021 Griffin Carpenter
The Brexit deal and fisheries: The one that got away, again
22 June, 2021 Griffin Carpenter
No, I didn’t enjoy Seaspiracy, but I’m not enjoying the backlash either
02 May, 2021 Griffin Carpenter
Supporting mental health and wellbeing in fishermen and fishing communities
12 November, 2020 Griffin Carpenter
Lab-grown food: We need a just transition, not a tech-led disruption
10 February, 2020 Griffin Carpenter
Flybe’s near collapse should be a wakeup call for the government
15 January, 2020 Griffin Carpenter
What are the implicit values we’re using in fisheries management?
15 December, 2019 Griffin Carpenter
The accidental privatisation of fishing quota has hurt coastal communities: With a new Fisheries Bill we can change this
03 October, 2019 Griffin Carpenter
Fishing quotas: It's not just the size of the pie
08 September, 2019 Griffin Carpenter
The limits of labels: Even the most ambitious eco-label isn't a substitute for government action
11 June, 2019 Griffin Carpenter
Ireland once again an overfishing culprit – but why?
11 February, 2019 Griffin Carpenter
From food production to public goods: the winding road of farm subsidy reform
16 November, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
The accidental privatisation of marine life
07 October, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
The new fisheries policy that wasn’t
03 May, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
Rees-Mogg’s hard Brexit won’t do anything for fishing communities
21 March, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
Forget Hard versus Soft Brexit, the new division in government is between trade liberals and protectionists
14 March, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
Why Brexit could lead to overfishing - to the detriment of everyone
09 March, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
Price caps are a plaster on our broken energy market
09 March, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
Cold truths about our cold homes
08 February, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
What is the public good anyway?
05 January, 2018 Griffin Carpenter
Brexit could damage small fishing communities—just look at Poole
21 December, 2017 Griffin Carpenter
It’s still uncertain how the UK will deliver a ‘successful’ fisheries policy after Brexit
15 December, 2017 Griffin Carpenter
Don't treat fishing in isolation
08 October, 2017 Griffin Carpenter
A border won’t be enough to control fish – only co-operation can
18 July, 2017 Griffin Carpenter
Will Brexit spell the end of fishing quotas?
27 March, 2017 Griffin Carpenter
The 2016 discard ban: Choking or crying wolf?
14 March, 2017 Griffin Carpenter
The EU Common Fisheries Policy has helped, not harmed, UK fisheries
12 January, 2016 Griffin Carpenter
What we can learn from the success of plastic bag levies
04 October, 2015 Griffin Carpenter
The real reason our energy bills are so high
01 December, 2013 Griffin Carpenter