King’s Park in Western Australia sits high on a ridge overlooking Perth’s city skyline and the Swan River. Every spring its botanical garden delights as the carefully tended collection of Australian native flora paint the flower beds in bursts of colour. See some of this year’s spring collection in this post.
“It’s 2013, can I please have my popular ecology without the macho chest-banging?” Reviewing rewilding–Alanna Myer’s insightful review of George Monbiot’s latest book Feral: Searching for Enchantment on the Frontiers of Rewilding.
Cities without humans: terrifying, hopeful or something else altogether? In this post Emma Nicoletti muses over these questions as she muses over plants emerging between cracks in a carpark.
As Cathy Fitzgerald reminds us in the preamble to this article’s first publication, it’s “important to think about ecocide deeply as it affects us all”. So what does Hannah Arendt, one of the key thinkers of the 20th century, have to say on the topic of ecocide? Read on to find out.
“Reduce, reuse and recycle” seems to be at the heart of Toy Story 3‘s “environmental” theme. This is the third of 3 posts that considers how this theme is worked out in the third of the Toy Story saga.