By Gordon Waitt and Theresa Harada, University of Wollongong Australia Australians no longer access affordable domestic energy supplies. Indeed, energy … More
By Steve Cinderby, University of York, UK, and Sue Bagwell, London Metropolitan University, UK. Globally our societies are becoming increasingly … More
by Lisa Mol On the 25th of November, the government will ask the independent national statistician Jil Matheson to devise … More
In the week that Apple became the worlds most valuable hi-tech company, the organisation has faced criticism for the working conditions of production line workers in China. This article looks at the work in Geography around commodification and globalisation and reflects on the inequality that these processes can bring.
By Rosa Mas Giralt In the last few days, the BBC has broadcast a reality TV programme entitled “Famous, Rich … More
By Rosa Mas Giralt In last Sunday’s Observer, Henry Porter commented on the lack of public attention given to the … More