Author Profile: Nick Robins
Nick Robins is an Associate Editor of Resurgence.
Issue 272 • May/June 2012 • Catalysts For Change > Undercurrents
The key task facing the Rio+20 summit
The Paradox of Price • Nick Robins
Issue 264 • January/February 2011 • Leadership > Undercurrents
Why we cannot afford to forget the benefits of Nature's capital
Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life > Undercurrents
How new economic thinking is challenging the old models.
The Green Response • Nick Robins & Tony Juniper
Issue 255 • July/August 2009 • Sacred Planet > Undercurrents
A green perspective on the current state of our economy.
The global legacy of the East India Company.
Review - THE CORPORATION THAT CHANGED THE WORLD • Nick Robins
Issue 238 • September/October 2006 • Celebrating 40 Years of Resurgence > Web Exclusives > Review
The Corporation that Changed the World by Nick Robins
BLACK PEPPER COUNTRY • Nick Robins & Ritu Kumar
Issue 220 • September/October 2003 • Science and Spirituality > Feature Articles
Turning Kerala's black gold to green.
PERSONAL STATEMENTS • Brian Goodwin, Nick Robins & Anita Roddick
Issue 218 • May/June 2003 • Futility of War > Feature Articles
Accompanied by the photographs of Sebastião Salgado.
FOLLOW THE MONEY • Nick Robins
The Divine Right of Capital
LOOT • Nick Robins
Issue 210 • January/February 2002 • In Adoration of Nature > September 11
A profile of the world's first transnational corporation.
Welcome BACK, MR. KEYNES • Nick Robins
Localization: a Global Manifesto
SPARKS OF INSPIRATION • Nick Robins & Ritu Kumar
Two examples of commitment to people and place.
BRITISH ASPIRATIONS • Nick Robins & Andrew Simms
Issue 201 • July/August 2000 • Only Connect - Soil, Soul, Society > Feature Articles
British people aspire to a socially, spiritually and environmentally cohesive future.
THIS DIFFICULT DRINK • Ritu Kumar & Nick Robins
A look at organic and fair-trade tea.
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS • Nick Robins
Issue 198 • January/February 2000 • Nature Millennium > Cities & Suburbs
Suburbs present an opportunity to mix the best of town and country.
TAMING WORLD TRADE • Nick Robins
The World Trade Organisation faces new challenges from the South.
THREE WISE MEN • Nick Robins
Issue 191 • November/December 1998 • Wildlands Philanthropy > Feature Articles
Hayek, Popper and Polanyi and the riddle of globalisation.
DEATH BY CONSUMPTION • Nick Robins
Sharing The World, and Tomorrow¹s World
LOVE WITHOUT RESTRAINT • Nick Robins
Albert Camus: A Life