We inhabit an epoch of planetary unraveling marked by industrial capitalist processes that are undermining conditions of life at a global scale.
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History, Planetary Health, and the Superpower of Long-Term Thinking
A couple of weeks ago, I attended the Universitas 21 Workshop on Planetary Health, a gathering of researchers of different backgrounds from twenty-one universities around the world – from Chile to Australia – who came together to discuss how to operationalize their concern for and interest in the growing non-discipline of Planetary Health.
A Geological Historical Bicycle Expedition in the Reconcavo Bay, Bahia
Oil extraction changes the face of every landscape it touches. In Bahia, northeastern Brazil, it was no different.
Sensing Landscape: From Ethnographic Walks to Heritage Making in Kodagu
The tactile power of the moist black mountain soil that has nourished the coffee estate for nearly a hundred and fifty years ran deep through the cold veins of my bare feet resting on the earth.