Monthly Archives: January 2010

Museums and a No-growth Economy

Last week I heard, director of the New Economics Foundation, Stewart Wallis talk about The Arts in the Moral Economy at an event held by Mission Money Models . Wallis believes that the prevailing global economic model is incompatible with the social … Continue reading

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Collaborating to sustain the Alde and Ore

I live about 5 miles from the coast, in a low lying strip of Suffolk bounded by the rivers Alde and Ore. It is a beautiful and in winter desolate landscape. The easterly winds batter the fragile habitats of the Sandlings … Continue reading

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The Museum in winter

I quite like the cold which is just as well because there is no central heating in our offices in Abbots Hall. Big jumpers are the order of the day. Most of the museum is closed during the winter months … Continue reading

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Questions for the Museum of East Anglian Life

The musings of Nobel laureates, economists and scientists are coming to the market-town of Stowmarket as the Museum of East Anglian Life (MEAL) plays host to the University of Cambridge’s 100 Questions (produced by its Sustainable Leadership Programme). The installation … Continue reading

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