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.
R drives me through the course in the electric golf buggy, and introduces me to the apprentices, cutting out grass plugs affected by black spot fungus, and replacing them with new grass plugs grown in the nursery. They shake my hand, visibly proud of the work they are doing together. I am a little out […]
How are the connotative associations of nature put to work in Rick Perry’s controversial “Strong” Youtube campaign video? This post proposes an answer.