I have been teaching for a very long time, and on a fairly wide range of subjects.

By a Course I mean a series of lectures or practical sessions that make a coherent whole.

Normally I teach university students, but also other adult groups.

I often collaborate with others, and greatly enjoy doing so.

Students and teacher of an international postgraduate course held in Kyoto, Japan, 2006. The students came from China, South Africa, USA, Sweden, Uzbekistan, Indonesia, UK, Philippines, and of course Japan. Teaching sessions were held in the mornings, and in the afternoons the entire class would cycle for a study visit relevant to the day's theme. On the way, every day an international picnic.

11-lecture course on Physical Sustainability to Natural Science undergraduates at the University of Bath. 2012 to present.

15-lecture course on Sustainable Futures to international postgraduate students at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan. Delivered annually 2002-2006

Week-long module on Post-Carbon Food Systems to postgraduate students of Schumacher College, 2012.

Weekend course on Zero-Carbon Britains (sic) at Trill Farm, 2013 and 2014, jointly with Professor Godfrey Boyle.

Weekend courses at CAT on Organic Gardening, Compost Techniques, Biological Sanitation Systems, Sustainable Lifestyles, etc. 1986-2010.

One-day course for Shift Bristol on Low-Carbon Living, 2012 to present.

Visiting lectures for the postgraduate course in Sustainable Food and Natural Resources, CAT, 2017-present.