Graham Land

Graham Land

Graham grew up outside Washington, DC, where he became involved in the local music scene and grass roots anti-racist activism, animal rights and Ecology. In 2000 he relocated to Europe, eventually earning an MA from Malmö University in Sweden. First as a musician and then as a writer, his work has taken him all over the world. Previously, Graham was editor-in-chief at environmental news site greenfudge.org and the History section of madefrom.com. He contributes regularly to latincorrespondent.com and asiancorrespondent.com.

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The birth of India’s wine culture

When one thinks of fine wines, what country springs to mind? Old established European wine producers like France, Italy and Portugal, perhaps? Or New World upstarts like California, Chile or...

China: Size obscures reality

Most of the world’s poor live in Asia – and loads of them still live in China. China, with its international reputation for rapid and soaring economic growth, is still...

Post-Fukushima: Japan’s eco-plans

Last week Japan passed its 4th environmental plan, based on sustainability, clean air and water, conservation and helping the developing world cope with the impacts of climate change. According to...

Climate change: China’s youth cares

A scientific comparison between global attitudes concerning climate change and the environment in general has revealed some surprising results. When I say scientific, I mean that young people in 6...