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Gathering of the ar(c)t(ic) tribes II

24. – 26. Oct. 2014 Seminar Mo i Rana, Campus Helgeland A gathering of the ar(c)t(ic) tribes II is a seminar on contemporary art, urban development and social change, focusing on art projects in public spaces. What happens when artists intervene directly in society? What is the connection between sustainability and art, e.g. in community […]

Ecological Collapse: art, research, activism – how to shape alliances

Debate at Stenersenmuseet, Oslo, Norway, Thursday September 25th 2014, 17:00 What role does art have in today’s communication of research? Concerned Artists Norway and think tank Tau invite to conversation and debate: Ecological collapse: Art, research and activism – how to create alliances? Scientists, artists and activists have in common to ask questions, to see […]

Cultures of Sustainability in the Age of Climate Crisis

The four keynote speeches from the international conference “Cultures of Sustainability in the Age of Climate Crisis” held at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Telemark University College in Bø, May 13.-15. (Tue-Thu), 2014, are now available online as video recordings: Watch the speeches This is a follow-up post from http://www.cultura21.net/activities/conferences/cultures-of-sustainability-in-the-age-of-climate-crisis/

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Cultures of Sustainability in the Age of Climate Crisis

Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Telemark University College Bø, May 13.-15. (Tue-Thu), 2014  The aim of the COST Action IS1007 meeting is to provide new perspectives and practical examples of the transformative role of culture for a sustainable future. The symposium will investigate the many ways of integrating perspectives on cultural change, social learning, experience-based training, innovation […]

The Second International Bateson Symposium

 11-12 September 2013, Globalisation and the roots of the ecological crisis, University of Oslo, Norway Anthropologist, linguist and semiotician, Gregory Bateson’s work focused on behavioral sciences, he identified several roots of the ecological crisis. The most important was the relation between humans and their environment. The main idea of his work was that it’s impossible to unilaterally control […]

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International Conference

19 – 21 June 2013, “Transformation in a Changing Climate”, Oslo, Norway The aim of this conference is to bring together diverse perspectives on transformation, and to generate cutting-edge discussions on deliberate, ethical and sustainable transformation in response to the complex global challenges associated with climate change. The conference will hold a wide range of […]

The Psychology of Climate

A broader view on the connection between the climate – the very air we breathe – and psychology On the 28th September 2012, a seminar on The Psychology of Climate took place in Oslo, organized by BI Norwegian Business School. Some presentations were recorded and are now available on Youtube.

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Recycling Games – TerraCycle

TerraCycle creates national recycling systems for previously non-recyclable or hard-to-recycle waste. Anyone can sign up for these programs, called the Brigades, and send them waste. Then, the collected waste is turned into different products and materials available at major retailers. Terracycle encourages teams from the 21 countries where their Brigades operate in to beat their […]

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Lofoten Whale Festival

Henningsvaer, Norway; August 1st – 6th, 2011 We all know about the beauty of the largest animal on Earth, but still the whale lives under constant existential fear. Often, human beings do not see how important parts of the ecosystem are being threatened because the used medium for environmental communication is not attractive enough. The […]