Mark W.



Member since:

May 17, 2012

What attracted you to the School of Commoning?

To engage with, debate with and learn from others who are committed to developing commons thinking and practice.

Which type of commons - cultural (including knowledge and digital), natural (land, forests, waters, etc) material (e.g. physical peer production and worker cooperatives) is of the most interest to you?

My main interest is in natural assets. My background is in environmental sciences and my working life has mainly focussed on the interaction between people and our environment and supporting community action on sustainable development and climate change. However I am interested in how commons thinking and practice is being, and can be, applied to other types of commons - and indeed must be if we are to create a transition to a more sustainable society.


Co Founder of Shared Assets a new organisation that aims to promote and support community management of waterways, woodlands and green spaces.

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