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What are the main areas of Sustainability you are interested in
Economics, alternative economic systems (LETS, time-banks), localisation, slow food, cities, transition towns, renewable energy, community engagement, communicating sustainability, policy and politics of sustainability
Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself (no more than 3 paragraphs)
John Barry is Reader in the School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy and Associate Director of the Institute for a Sustainable World at Queens University Belfast. He has written extensively about normative aspects of environmental politics, citizenship and sustainability; the political economy of sustainability and the politics of renewable energy. His publications include, Rethinking Green Politics: Nature, Virtue, Progress (Sage, 1999) [Winner of the PSA's WJM Mackenzie Prize for best book published in political science 1999]; Environment and Social Theory, 2nd edition (Routledge, 2007), with John Proops, Citizenship, Sustainability and Environmental Research, (Edward Elgar, 2000); and has co-edited (with Marcel Wissenburg), Sustaining Liberal Democracy: Ecological Challenges and Opportunities, (Palgrave, 2001); (with Gene Frankland) The International Encyclopedia of Environmental Politics, (Routledge, 2001); (with Robyn Eckersley), The State and the Global Ecological Crisis (MIT Press, 2005). He is also co-editor of the journal Environmental Politics and Ecopolitics online. He is currently working on a monograph on green politics, vulnerability, political economy and civic republicanism.

I am also co-chair of the NI region of the Green Party and am a member of the core group for Holywood Transition Town. I am also chair of the Management Council of the Holywood Steiner School.
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Reader in Politics, Assistant Director, Institute for a Sustainable World, Queen's University Belfast
What is your personal or organizational website?
www.qub.ac.uk/pisp/Staff/Barry
What is one of your favorite websites in the field?
http://www.bigpicture.tv./
What skills training would you be interested in
Conflict Mediation, Sustainable Economics, Wilderness Experience, Citizenship

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At 5:47 on July 16, 2009, Simon Hennesey said…
Hi John,

Thanks.
If your in holywood Neds or the Attic?? Tuesday 21st if that suits. I'm buying. Time to suit you as I'm mooching and doing a bit of research so I'm very flexible.

all the best
Simon
At 8:31 on July 10, 2009, Simon Hennesey said…
Hi John,

Would you have time to have a bit of a chat over a pint/coffee or indeed a pint of coffee regarding Green New Deal regarding Northern Ireland? Also very interested in the transition town movement as I live in Holywood.

best regards,

Simon

p.s. love the discussion the other night at Queens
At 13:29 on July 7, 2009, Maria Duggan said…
John
I just wanted to express thanks for the lecture last week. It was excellent, and certainly thought provoking on many levels and I feel will have helped to generate even more energy for the seventh generation team. I appreciate the time required to prepare and deliver the lecture, so thank you. I am only sorry that I was unable to remain until the end. I look forward to hearing you speak again.

Maria Duggan
At 3:42 on July 3, 2009, courtnae dunn said…
John,

Thank you SO MUCH for the talk last night. The lecture was EXCELLENT and very useful... inspiring and food for thought (and was fuel for "robust" debate on the walk home :))

Your spirit and knowledge and above all generosity is a gift to us all.

Thank you very much. The night was very important for me.
All the best,
Courtnae
At 7:02 on April 21, 2009, jbarry said…
Courtnae
Grand, 15th at 10.30 in Common Grounds it is then. Can you also contact Emma (whom I don't know) and Ada/Zand to invite them along as well? It would be useful to email some ideas before the meeting to focus our discussion. My mobile number is 07876597900 in case you need to contact me.
Peace, people and planet
John
At 6:54 on April 21, 2009, courtnae dunn said…
John,

Hello :) Yes, how does the 15th at 1030 to 1130 sound? Common Grounds? I could easily come to your office as well. Whatever suites you.

peace, Courtnae
At 8:24 on April 20, 2009, jbarry said…
Hi there Courtnae
Thanks for the email. Those dates do not suit me- how about Friday 15th - either 8.30-9.30 or 10.30-11.30? Best
John
At 4:17 on April 20, 2009, courtnae dunn said…
Hi John!

Is there a good time in the fist two weeks of May that we could meet to brainstorm a bit more for the Capacity steering of 7th Gen? You Emma and I all work in the Queens vicinity and were thinking lunch in the area, say Bookfinders- or OUTSIDE? could be in order for the meeting.
13 or 14th of May - either of them work for you?

Blessings, Courtnae
At 7:48 on February 23, 2009, Lisa Fagan said…
Sorry, I'm in London today and tomorrow John but it's worth asking John or Niall to attend instead?

john.woods@foe.co.uk or niall.bakewell@foe.co.uk
 
 
 

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