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Bruno Latour‘s Gifford Lectures Facing Gaia: A new enquiry into Natural Religion, which were given at University of Edinburgh over the last few months are now on the web. Lecture 1: ‘Once Out of Nature’ – natural religion as a pleonasm Lecture 2: A … Continue reading
For readers near Stockholm. I’ll be speaking Jan 14th at a seminar on design in the Anthropocene at Konstfack, the University College of Arst, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm. I’ll give a talk “Co-Creating the Anthropocene: What are some possible … Continue reading
In the video below Tim Daw, from the University of East Anglia’s School of International Development and the Stockholm Resilience Centre, explains his project Participatory Modelling of Wellbeing Tradeoffs in Coastal Kenya. The project, in which I’m also participating, has … Continue reading
The 40th anniversary of Limits to Growth is a good time to share Paul Gilding‘s TED talk – the Earth is Full. Paul Gilding is an australian environmentalist and entrepeneur who recently wrote the Great Disruption, a good book based … Continue reading
Economist Pavan Sukhdev, who headed The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity TEEB project that synthesized work on economics on biodiversity and ecosystem services, gives a TED talk Put a value on nature!
Nuu-chah-nulth Canoe Steaming video from Tofino, British Columbia shows the reinvention of historic canoe making, both as political symbol and for cultural tourism. Nuu-chah-nulth Canoe Steaming, by Jacqueline Windh a Tofino based writer and photographer. She made the video of … Continue reading
A beautiful video that shows the extent of human activity over the Earth’s surface. Earth | Time Lapse View from Space | Fly Over | Nasa, ISS from Michael König on Vimeo. Time lapse sequences of photographs taken with a … Continue reading
Richard Wilkinson, well known British public health researcher and co-author of the recent influential book on economic inequality the Spirit Level (which has been previously mentioned on Resilience Science) gives a TED talk about his research on the social impact … Continue reading
It is great to see resilience thinking spreading. The cooperative Cultivate Ireland has created a new video on community resilience for its ‘resilience month.’ The film uses surfing change as a metaphor for different aspects of resilience building. The video … Continue reading