Ecologies

Ecologies

Image credit: © Whitney Smith 2013, www.wildculture.com/users/whitneysmith
  • Animal and human eyes, Wild Culture, ©2014
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    Animal and human eyes, Wild Culture, ©2014
    Wildonomics: part 2 in our series on new approaches to reinhabiting the city — and developing our intimacy with the non-human. By Daniel Crockett.
  • Bruno Latour, Wild Culture, ©2014, Inside the 'Planetary Boundaries'
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    Bruno Latour, Wild Culture, ©2014, Inside the 'Planetary Boundaries'
    On the political theology of nature. By Bruno Latour.
  • Kelly Richardson, Forest Park, Wild Culture, ©2014
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    Kelly Richardson, Forest Park, Wild Culture, ©2014
    An in depth survey of current artists and their give and take with the natural world. By Tom Jeffreys.
  • Hedgerows, Wild Culture, http://ofpalatesandwalking.blogspot.ca
    Hedgerows, Wild Culture, ofpalatesandwalking.blogspot.ca
    Hedgerows, Wild Culture, http://ofpalatesandwalking.blogspot.ca
    A new book on how particular words — and the stories they tease out — can refresh our approach to environmental change. Review by Ken Worpole.
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    Climate Central surging seas chart, Climate Central surging seas chart
    As our physical home changes before our eyes, how do we adapt within ourselves? By Whitney Smith.
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    “It’s about plant physiology. There’s a carbon and nitrogen balance in plants that we’ve got to maintain.” By Liam Desroy.
  • Daniel Crockett, Urban Rehab, #1
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    Daniel Crockett, Urban Rehab, #1
    A new 10-part series on revamping how we live in city space. It's the future and you are there . . . in nature more than ever. By Daniel Crockett.
  • Alfred Russel Wallace at his table
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    Alfred Russel Wallace at his table
    Finally getting credit for the theory of evolution based on natural selection was only part of his story. By Graihagh Jackson
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    A spider, a bubble, a world contained: a poem by Heidi James.
  • Tim Edgar 1180
    An extract from Tim Edgar's incredible new photography book.
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    A round-table discussion about environmental consciousness and the economics of desire.
  • Pestival 1180
    This spring sees the return of Pestival – the brilliant festival of insect-related occurrences – and this time, they’re taking over the Wellcome Collection. Across a month-long season of games, installations, debates, discussions and dinners, visitors will be encouraged to reconsider humanity’s relationship with the insect world.

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