Colin Cook is a retired engineer and small holder, one-time Commoner of Ashdown Forest, Sussex. Migrated to Tasmania in 1981; with his wife, Carol, ran a farm and guest house, founded host farm association and State-wide bio-dynamic group. Retired to Byron Bay in ’94, aged 70. He has initiated and edited local newsletters in Australia and is now a ‘student' researcher of current and potential monetary systems and matters of land accessibility and taxation.
Check out Colin's blog New Internationalist.
Articles written by Colin Cook (3)
- 1 July 2017 | This 'democracy' thing: China and Australia compared
- 21 January 2017 | Paying for public services: Dr Steven Hail's solution
- 13 September 2016 | The great economic divide explained