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Rethinking Politics in the New Climatic Regime
Switching the way we see the world, and our ourselves, in the age of climatic crisis. By John Davis.
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Developing stories that navigate the edge.
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A wildness of meaning
Improvising against entropy . . . for guerrilla gardening . . . and about love at a distance. A poem by Nick Power.
When Deer is Not Venison
"I was just a consumer, and there was no link between me and the animal." Reflections on gardenkill. By Mandy Goddard.
Young people reinhabiting urban space too
A story about a village teenager's passion for a certain city space. By Kieron Bacon.
At the mouth of a river
Poems that observe what occurs when an ocean beckons a great river. By Michael Magee.
A Friendship with the Ruined Things
Beauty — and some heartache — in wondrous rot. Photographs by Tim Wilson.
Ryota Matsumoto's extraordinary cities
In digitally-processed paintings an architect/artist renders a new vision of biomorphic urban worlds.
Bedrooms as Homes
A new exhibition depicts living below the poverty line in London. By Katie Wilson.
An Ancient Formula: The Powder Keg of Climate & Migration
How Anne Frank's story echoes through the Age of Climate Migration. By Craig Comstock.
Why We Stay in Unhappy Relationships
What's going on when we're romantically unrewarded and can't get out of it. By Mary Gooderham.
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