Can Science Save Us?
A keynote with Oron Catts and Audrey Samson, moderated by Susan Reid
Envisioning Societal Change
Can transition pathways be smoothed with introduction of cupcakes and chocolate babkas into models
A metaphorical story about the controversies around the use of integrated assessment models for the purpose of envisioning climate transitions, set in a fantasy context.
Sex Ecologies – a documentary introducing the arts-driven collaborative environmental humanities project encompassing an exhibition, a publication, and a public programme. The project is founded in a collaboration between Kunsthall Trondheim and The Seed Box.
Values of Repair Practices
Values of Repair Practices presents two papers: The Political Economy of Circular Economies: Lessons from Future Repair Scenario Deliberations in Sweden, and Repair for a Broken Economy: Lessons for Circular Economy from an International Interview Study of Repairers.
a workshop on translation in the environmental humanities
Do the environmental humanities require particular kinds of translation? What are the voices that are missing from the global debate? How can we translate taking different kinds of knowledge and culture into account and by centering theories drawn from intellectual traditions with advanced understanding of both ecological practices and of devastation? This workshop will bring together scholars working on translations from the Global South in the area of the environmental humanities.
Reading & Seeding
Join us, live and online, for a Seed Box themed reading group discussion, facilitated by international reading group propogandist Astrida Neimanis.
Cries for climate justice
Images of youth activism
In “Cries for Climate Justice – images of youth activism”, we meet activists in Fridays For Future through their own words and through their own images.