No Longer the Miner´s Canary

We need to learn to adapt to the environmental crises we have created. Zoltán Grossman’s article No Longer the Miner’s Canary: Indigenous Nations’ Response to Climate Change published on argues that there are significant lessons to learn from indigenous peoples. These lessons focus on community building and sharing knowledge amongst communities, thus empowering people.… Continue reading No Longer the Miner´s Canary

WEAD Magazine

The 5th issue of WEAD Magazine is out, and it’s about enviromental/ecological artists responses to “the atomic legacy” – this issue is edited by Susan Leibovitz Steinman. It brings perspectives from Japan, Chernobyl, New Mexico, and US areas threatened by aging nuclear plants in Florida, California and Washington. (WEAD stands for: Women Environmental Artists Directory.)… Continue reading WEAD Magazine

film/book launch

The “Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination” (LABOFII) is spending the summer in Germany, launching the film/book: Pfade durch Utopia  (published by Nautilus) : Aug 24th – Hamburg, Kampnagel, 19.00 Aug 25th – Leipzig, Schaubühne Lindenfels, 20.00 Aug 26th – Belzig, Kino hofgarten, 20.00 Aug 29th – Hamburg, Abaton Kino, 20.00 Aug 31st – Berlin, Sputnik Kino,… Continue reading film/book launch


“ID”ographs is a drawing activity in which you create your own personally meaningful symbol. It is a publication of ARTSpring, a China-based curatorial hub that brings art practitioners together with organizations that are searching for new ways of carrying out their activities and connecting with people. IDographs was designed as part of an ongoing workshop… Continue reading “ID”ographs!

Out Now CSPA Q8: International Issue – The Sea is Rising

CSPA Quarterly #8 is now available for purchase through MagCloud. CSPA´s third international issue focuses on projects that call attention to topics that extend well beyond national borders. With a focus on interdependence, and an abundance of contributions about water, ice, and sea rise, this issue addresses the space between national borders- our oceans. Featuring… Continue reading Out Now CSPA Q8: International Issue – The Sea is Rising

Sustainia100 – 100 sustainable solutions

Sustainia is a consortium of partners representing civil society, businesses and experts. The concept of “Sustainia” is developed by the Scandinavian think tank Monday Morning in a collaborative effort with global companies and foundations. It is a concept for communicating a sustainable future based on concrete and tangible know-how and technologies – a global collaborative… Continue reading Sustainia100 – 100 sustainable solutions

ALECC 2012 Biennial Conference

The Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada / Association pour la littérature, l’environnement et la culture au Canada (ALECC) is a non-profit organization focused on the creation, appreciation, discussion, analysis, and dissemination of knowledge about the work of nature writers, environmental writers and journalists, eco-artists of all disciplines, ecocritics, and ecotheorists in Canada.… Continue reading ALECC 2012 Biennial Conference

Readings in Performance and Ecology

Last May, this new book edited by Theresa J. May and Wendy Arons, which focuses on how theatre, dance and other forms of performance are helping to transform our ecological values, was published. This collection of essays helps leading scholars and practitioners explore the ways that familiar and new works of theatre and dance can… Continue reading Readings in Performance and Ecology

Publication: Energising Culture

Earlier this month, Energising Culture was launched; a guide to future energy for cultural buildings, engaging the UK´s cultural leadership with the importance of planning a cleaner, more sustainable energy future for cultural buildings. Energising Culture is authored by Julie’s Bicycle, in partnership with the national advisory body for theatres in the UK, The Theatres… Continue reading Publication: Energising Culture

Key Issues Guide on Indigenous knowledge and climate change

Indigenous communities have long been recognised as being particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change due to the close connection between their livelihoods, culture, spirituality and social systems and their environment. At the same time, however, this deep and long-established relationship with the natural environment affords many indigenous peoples with knowledge that they have… Continue reading Key Issues Guide on Indigenous knowledge and climate change