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Learning to Die in the Anthropocene

Roy Scranton’s NY Times Op-Ed stands as a scathing indictment of all those pursuing climate change adaptation. Scranton argues that our civilization is already dead, we must accept that and build a new world. Adaptationists work to build a more-of-the-same world, just with sea walls and water-proof cellars.

But of course, even if it is […]

Regarding the Earth: Ecological Vision in Word and Image

Regarding the Earth: Ecological Vision in Word and Image

4th ASLEC-ANZ Biennial Conference in association with RMIT and Monash Universities

August 31 to September 2, 2012

Following on from ‘Sounding the Earth: Music, Language, and Acoustic Ecology’ (Launceston, 2010), the 2012 ASLEC-ANZ conference, co-hosted by RMIT and Monash Universities, continues an ecological exploration of the […]

TakingIt Global: Youth Culture and Climate Change

Art, essays, and poetry on culture, identity and climate change are featured in the third issue of TIG, which stands for TakingIt Global. This issue is multi-lingual, with contributions in original languages from around the globe.