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happy world environment day

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The First Map of Australia

  Symposium: The Freycinet Map of 1811 The 200th Anniversary of the Publication of the First Map of Australia Presented by the Australia on the Map Division of the Australasian Hydrographic Society, in association with the Embassy of France This year marks the bicentenary of the publication of the first map of Australia, compiled by […]

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Goodbye and good luck: sustainability and death

  Dreamed  I had written a book entitled “Goodbye and good luck: sustainability and death”

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international dawn chorus day: 1 May

  Did you listen this morning?   I forgot!

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placeblogging

  A placeblog is simply a blog that focuses on a specific place over time. It is not about the individual, but instead where the individual lives. The shared knowledge of the community keeps people informed and encourages accountability. A placeblog is a blog about the lived experience of a place. What do we mean […]

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planning… and language

  From http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/8061559/speaking-to-a-planner

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Sound Modulation of Spatial Narratives

    Lecture by Eran Sachs sound artist and activist for geographers in Edinburgh complete with human voice performance at the end. — unfortunately this lecture is now gone from soundcloud

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just saw a cloud!

  They’re up there!         First time in months.

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JR and inside out

  see further details here http://www.insideoutproject.net/ critical responses ok, but must be hopeful too

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Terrible Karma: Reverberations of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

  Terrible Karma: Reverberations of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire from Terrible Karma on Vimeo.

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COAL PRIZE ART&ENVIRONMENT 2011

  Description: The COAL Art & Environment prize was launched in 2010 by the French association COAL, the coalition for art and sustainable development, to reward a project about the environment by a contemporary artist. The winner is chosen by a jury of personalities from the worlds of contemporary art, research, ecology and sustainable development, […]

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Feral Month mapping project at ABC Australia

http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2011/01/04/3093947.htm?site=perth&ref=fb-top3-perth-regional-landing Spot a feral animal today and help create a national map; Feral Month is an experiment in ‘citizen science’ where we ask you, the audience, to report any feral animal sightings across the country during the month of January. Whether you have spotted feral camels in Oodnadatta, cane toads in Townsville or feral cats […]

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Art in Odd Places 2010

  Art in Odd Places 2010 has opened with many excellent projects… Chance: proposition. Luck. Randomness. Risk. Opportunity.

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Bruno Latour: “May Nature Be Recomposed? A Few Questions of Cosmopolitics”

  The Neal Wheeler Watson Lecture 2010, given by Professor Bruno Latour: “May Nature Be Recomposed? A Few Questions of Cosmopolitics”.  The Lecture is given every spring at the Nobel Museum by an international scholar of excellence. Location: Nobel Museum, Svenska Akademiens Börssal, May 11 2010. Your comments please: long, hard to decipher and convoluted; […]

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climate change hits poor people first and worst

  A video from Oxfam

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