09.08.2021, For Planetary Governance
Fiona Middleton and Pietro Consolandi turn to oceans in search of a truly planetary form of governance.
22.03.2021, The Revenge of the Real
Sarosh Anklesaria proposes a vision for a future based on an ethic of kinship, degrowth, and circular thinking.
Daniela Zyman on the critical role of the oceans in respect to planetary survival.
28.10.2020, The Revenge of the Real
Bridget Keane and Rosalea Monacella on complex landscape ecologies of the Anthropocene.
Terence Sharpe on the need to divert the interests of the global financial system towards green energy.
30.06.2020, The Revenge of the Real
Stefan Helmreich and Francisco Alarcon on ocean waves as avatars of hybrid human-inhuman political ecology.
Mexico City’s site and historical legacy portray how the negative externalities of congestion paradoxically reveal the positive impacts of urban density, and the need to plan cities as resilient ecological infrastructures.
09.06.2020, The Revenge of the Real
Natalija Majsova takes a look at the spectres of ecology in Soviet science fiction.
08.06.2020, The Revenge of the Real
A vision of how emissions can be brought down beyond zero.
Seeing through natures, we may find the black artefacts of the technosphere.
More than 220 artworks by 56 artists and art collectives have been gathered to reflect on issues of exploitation, post-colonialism, and human impact on the planet.
A recently opened exhibition at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow brings together the works of over 50 Russian and international artists in order to rethink the relationship between humans and nature.
Art historian and critic Uliana Dobrova looks at how Pope Francis I has come to be seen as the “eco-Pope.”
By teaching children to connect everyday experiences to systemic issues and fostering intergenerational dialogue, the Finnish education system is preparing them for the unstable world to come.
01.04.2019, New Urban Conditions
Patricia Reed on how to gain traction and political mobility in the wake of the Anthropocene.
The benefits of renewable energy are plentiful, and cities across the world are making huge strides to ditch fossil fuels for good
A massive tower dubbed the "world's biggest air purifier" has improved air quality in China’s Xian, according to the scientist leading the experimental project
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