Author - Michael Cox

Reflections on teaching in 2020

This blog post is based on a poll that we sent out a few weeks ago in which we asked our colleagues to describe their experiences teaching during the COVID pandemic. We asked them what worked and what didn’t. Below...

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We don’t need more frameworks

During our most recent episode with Frank van Laerhoven, we talked about the good that academics can do within the field of environmental governance. Frank expressed some concern about how much public benefit was...

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Meaning is a seven-letter word

In the Groundhog days of the privileged version of quarantine I am experiencing, I have been asking myself about what matters. I have been asking myself, what is the point of some of the writing I am doing? I have...

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Michael Cox

Michael Cox is a professor of Environmental Studies at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, USA. He studies and teaches about the commons ,mostly within the context of local natural resource governance. His primary...

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Stefan Partelow

Stefan is a Postdoctoral researcher at the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) in Germany, where he also jointly completed his Ph.D. in 2018 in Political Science at Jacobs University. His research...

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