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ClimateCultures Nov 16
Delighted to mark publication of 's excellent 'Out of Range' with his personal contribution to our unique series 'A History of the in 50 Objects': his powerful verse selection of three objects telling stories of our new age
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ClimateCultures Nov 16
A brilliant initiative by to take their climate writings & discussion to the airwaves, thanks to
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MarkGoldthorpe Nov 15
Maps hold me. The ones I marked exploring my 'unknown England' years ago. The ancient Mappa Mundi. A First Nations dream-map. 's story in The Library of Ice, of "the skin of a seal on which an outline of the Bering Strait has been painted."
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ClimateCultures Nov 15
Replying to @nancycampbelle
Showing the last known location of UK post-Brexit...?
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ClimateCultures Nov 15
Looking forward to sharing your review, Nancy! And, very soon indeed, we'll also have an Anthropocene post from Nick himself!
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MarkGoldthorpe Nov 14
A conversation today reminded me of an audio workshop last year. Climate Symphony Lab tapped into public interest in, but confusion with, science to internalise what environmental change 'looks' (or sounds) like. Climate data: climate art.
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GeorgeMonbiot Nov 14
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
Whenever I document a problem, I'm told: "this is a waste of time without solutions." Whenever I propose solutions, I'm told: "aha! so you want to start a dictatorship." Often by the same people. Conclusion: they'll find any excuse not to listen.
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ClimateCultures Nov 14
Impressive image!
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HowLikeALeaf Nov 14
We only have 6 places left on this workshop so email quick if you want to come !
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IMOclimate Nov 13
IMO has agreed an in-sector outright reduction target, unlike ICAO, so lets give them credit for that. On other hand if faux "shortages of data" keep being brought up by the countries whose job it was to gather the data, the glow of the April agreement will fade pretty fast
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ClimateCultures Nov 13
In case of plain, boring old climate apocalypse?...
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Deborah Tomkins Nov 13
And incidentally proving that it's totally possible to travel by train from UK throughout Europe! Go Nick!
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MarkGoldthorpe Nov 13
Just been listening to excellent Costing the Earth 'March of the Wet Wipes'
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wetlandLIFE Nov 13
WetlandLIFE Professor in Environmental History Peter Coates joins artists and Helmut Lemke under the mosquito duvet listening to some wetland sounds! We're no ordinary project! 😀
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MarkGoldthorpe Nov 13
Am I wrong to want from a programme called ‘Travel: is it worth it?’ some focus on the climate implications of a lifetime travelling to write? Travel opens prejudices to disruption, but if mass travel wastes the world faster than it makes it?
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MarkGoldthorpe Nov 12
An article by sparks today's blog. He revisits Keats' Negative Capability via psychoanalyst Wilfred Bion, who "discovers truth on the cusp of knowing & not knowing." A tool for our times?
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Nancy Campbell Nov 11
More on this publication in ’s review
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Nancy Campbell Nov 9
Open call: 3-year residency programme for artists from any art form (writing/ dance/ music etc) with an interest in the environment and
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Rebecca Chesney Nov 9
My 3 screen video & sound installation made for & is currently on show at Springhornhof, Germany until 16 Dec
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MarkGoldthorpe Nov 9
My polar regions are imaginary zones. I’ve dabbled in photography, but my brother does the real thing. Checking his site, there they were: freshly discovered places that others’ words had been walking me toward.
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