Land and Climate Review aims to provide analysis and commentary on the latest academic and policy research on the interactions between land use, economic theory, climate change and culture.
We hope that academics, researchers, activists and policymakers will be able to contribute to the publication and help inform readers around the world. We also hope journalists researching these topics will find the resources useful.
The site is powered and funded by the team at Culmer Raphael, an ecological research and policy consultancy, founded in 2014 with a footprint in London and Brussels. We are happy to receive submissions, suggestions and corrections.
Alasdair has worked in politics and government in Scotland, Spain, France, Brussels and London. He now works on climate policy and politics in the EU and UK.
Edward has spent over a decade working in climate change and environmental campaigns in the UK and EU. He has worked for Green Alliance in the UK and the European Climate Foundation in Brussels. With Alasdair, he co-founded Culmer Raphael in 2014 and Land and Climate Review in 2021.
Bertie has worked for years both in the third sector, and in media. He sits on the board of directors for development charity Oxford Omnia International, edits The Civil Society Review, and has sold freelance investigative work to clients such as Al Jazeera and John Sweeney.
Lauren writes about global climate policy, urban development, biodiversity, and discussions of the environment in art. Her wider journalistic work has covered system corruption; from inequity in arts council funding allocation, to cultures of sexual harassment at top universities.