Throughout the United States a movement for food sovereignty has emerged among a number of Tribal Nations and communities. ‘Food sovereignty’ was first coined by members of La Via Campesina in […]
When I first heard about the show I was very excited. Hollywood finally giving climate change the treatment, yay! I really wanted to like it. And I did – to some extent.
Moss are cool – and can be used to produce electricity, believes Fabienne Felder, a creative strategist and designer from Switzerland. Together with collaborators, she has built a working radio, all powered by the energy harnessed from moss.
Let’s all strive to be hummingbirds! In this beautifully animated clip from Dirt! The Movie, Wangari Maathai tells an inspiring tale of doing the best you can under seemingly interminable […]
A powerful presentation by Leanne Simpson discussing Mississauga Nishinaabeg history. “300 years of entanglement with the Canadian political system has only resulted in the loss of our most precious relatives […]
March 21 has been designated an International Day of Forests by United Nations General Assembly. Most people are aware that forests deliver various benefits to the society from timber to […]
On 19 February 2013 I and some other EcoPost contributors attended a half-day symposium entitled “A serious underestimate of infinity?”, where four speakers delivered short presentations on the concept of ecosystem […]
February 2nd is known as World Wetlands Day: this day marks the anniversary of Ramsar Convention on Wetlands which was signed in 1971 in the Iranian city of Ramsar. The […]
Interestingly, I met coastal redwoods for the first time in the very same month as sequoias, during Thanksgiving weekend when me and some other international students left Davis for a much-needed break. We […]
The Gifford Lectures at Edinburgh Uni: Facing Gaia. A new enquiry into Natural Religion (scroll down for the list of talks) Gifford Lectures are back to the University of Edinburgh. On […]