Monthly Archives: June 2018

NOT THE LAST BLOG POST

I owe you an explanation. A year ago, I posted a blog announcing I was going to die soon. A year later the blogs still roll out, and so do I. The tumours are still there, though shrunk, in the … Continue reading

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HUMAN FOOTPRINT IMPACT IN TIBET

Blog two of four on splitting the land of Tibet from the Tibetans as a people   If all human activity in Tibet is harmful to biodiversity and water supply, nature and culture have been fully divorced, and exist only … Continue reading

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FROM GRAZING TIBET TO GRASSING TIBET

Blog three of four on splitting the land of Tibet from the Tibetans as a people. Tibet has become human, all too human, and that is a problem. The Human Footprint Score or Human Influence Intensity (HFS or HII) has … Continue reading

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NATURALISING ALIEN RULE

Blog four of four on splitting the land of Tibet from the Tibetans as a people   In several Rukor blogs, we have explored the nationalisation of the Tibetan Plateau by a party-state keen to inscribe its ownership, active management … Continue reading

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BUILDING ECOLOGICAL CIVILISATION IN CHINA’S TIBET

Blog one of four on splitting the land of Tibet from the Tibetans as a people China’s frequently repeated Marxist dialectic proposition, that there is a contradiction between grass and animals simply means what is obvious: the more grass the … Continue reading

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