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A community of artists, curators & researchers exploring creative responses to or : creative conversations for the
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Somewherenowhere Jul 18
lie down listen ash leaves speak wind's whisper and the silent approach of an end Inspired & sad yesterday at David Nash's Ash Dome, which has ash dieback. Last year we talked to David about this possibility: 'it's a natural force, I have to accept it.'
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ClimateCultures 6h
Definitely well worth seeing & engaging with. Great work by &
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Paul Dawson 22h
“The desert has expanded southward during summer by about ten percent, so it’s a fairly significant increase in the desert expanse over this 93-year period that we analyzed.”
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Jon Foley 24h
This is still the best summary of where greenhouse gas emissions come from I have ever seen. (But data needs update to more recent years.)
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Adrian Brügger Jul 18
Why could participatory, climate change based arts interventions lead to more public engagement with climate and more behaviour change? A literature review and a qualitative study in Global Environmental Change by Miriam Burke
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Buglife 23h
Councils urged to adopt bee-friendly grass-cutting to help our declining pollinators. And it could save them money too!
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ClimateCultures 6h
Both Nesses, Orford & Dunge-, are mysterious and haunting places. Truly demonstrations that Place = Nature+Culture. Looking forward to 's & 's new book, whichever Ness it explores
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StuartCapstick Jul 18
Really thought provoking day discussing climate communication with expert practitioners and researchers for - write-ups etc to follow!
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Will be worth seeing: The Runway Stops Here, an off-grid community & protest site; Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter shot in a community garden in Lambeth; Silbury Hill, where marshlands represent liminal territory; a 4K timelapse of a forest on aesthetic qualities of sun rays.
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Eco-Fiction Jul 18
Nature's Revenge: Ten Tales of Eco-Horror via
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Great to see this initiative for PGRs from &
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ClimateCultures Jul 18
Interesting interview with by ( resources & solutions) 'Art, activism and the nuclear sea' - following Wallace's excellent post for ClimateCultures -
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Mark Maslin Jul 18
- Welcome to the Meghalayan Age - a new phase in history according to the working group shame they ignored the Working group - on purpose?
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ClimateCultures Jul 18
Replying to @ProfMarkMaslin
Interesting that the article says "The Meghalayan, the youngest stage, runs from 4,200 years ago to 1950." Leaving room for the end of the Holocene, start of Anthropocene then? Although many argue this started centuries ago.
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Beata Moore Jul 17
Ice I need! Heat, please go away as my brain is melting and my lawn is all yellow!
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O N C A Jul 17
We ❤️ beavers ! Fab time travel storytelling show from and at ONCA today till Thurs
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ClimateCultures Jul 18
Looks like a great event.
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Hayley Harrison Jul 17
Excited to be performing ‘Home is now’ tomorrow eve - Wed 18th from 6 - 10pm for a ‘DIY one-night-only exhibition of performance created on site in negotiation and collaboration with other artists’
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ClimateCultures Jul 18
Very happy to have been in at the launch of this project (one of the events that inspired creation of ClimateCultures) & then the launch of the book. A great read. Congratulations to all
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Patrick Barkham Jul 17
If you love north Norfolk but can't be there today you may enjoy the sounds of a pop-up radio station broadcasting online from Blakeney
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