How the Charter of the Forest marked the start of the chequered 800-year history of countryside access in Britain.
Bolstering the link between agricultural subsidies and public access could be a catalyst to new opportunities for both walkers and farmers.
Once completed, the England Coast Path will be the world’s longest continuous coastal trail. But how exactly is each new stretch of coast prepared, developed, proposed, determined and, ultimately, opened for walkers to enjoy?
A new vision for greener, accessible, walker-friendly towns and cities could revolutionise urban life.
Unravelling the ethical and environmental impacts of outdoor clothing