Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Global Legal Hackathon

I have recently become involved with ace organisation The Legal Forecast. On the weekend of the 24th of February, I helped TLF organise the Sydney Round of the Global Legal Hackathon. I also wrote about the event from the perspective of a lawyer and ethnographer, in three separate pieces which were published in Thomson Reuters […]

We Need to Slow Down Nature Tourism

This article was originally published in We Are Explorers. Today, few secret pristine spots remain secret, or pristine, for very long. Take only pictures and leave only footprints. These are perhaps the two most broad and important nature conservation commandments for explorers to follow. There are few things more satisfying than keeping a slice of nature […]