NEWSFLASH! In October I will join The Conversation as its Business and Economy Editor. I have been honoured to work at The Age for the past ten years, originally alongside Tim Colebatch, and for the past four years as its economics editor.

At The Conversation, my job will be to make the best thinking from Australia's 40 univerisites accessible to the widest possible audience. That means you. From the new year I will also write a weekly column.

Below are most of the important things I have written for Fairfax and the ABC in recent decades. It's a record for me as much as you.

I'll continue to post great things from The Conversation and other places here, and also on Twitter and Facebook. Enjoy.

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

We are trying to manage CO2, we can't even manage fish

Informationisbeautiful prepared this for The Guardian:

Biomass of popularly eaten fish

Weep. In his book The Plundered Planet Paul Collier makes the point that overfishing should be the easiest of all global co-operation problems.

You can download his 82 minute LSE lecture here. We all want fish.

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