Videos, podcasts, pictures, other audio-visual formats and artistic forms of expression

November 1, 2022

Ocean Mourning – R.I.P. Mar

By Dennis Schüpf. This photo-essay visibilizes the struggle of residents of Los Silos, Tenerife, against illegal sewage discharge which pollutes the sea and kills their fish. 
October 11, 2022

BIRD’S EYE: An environmental justice video-poetry

By Emma Marzi, Donatella Gasparro and Wiebe Heetvelt. A journey of discovery and sudden loss, a story of belonging and of abrupt dispossession through a video-poetry project.
June 14, 2022

Women Vs. Mining: A Video Project

By Novi Asti Lalasati and Eleonore Witschaß. A video project on the contested relations between Global North and Global South in terms of natural resource extraction and the environmental degradation from a feminist perspective.
October 12, 2021

Dune and the Inhuman Agency of Commoning

By Riccardo Buonanno. The new sci-fi epic Dune is a planetary narrative. Human affairs only represent a part of a whole geopower, in which Planet’s forces organize, incite and deform social and political relations. Is it time to reconsider our certainties on the human agency facing environmental crisis?
July 29, 2021

Narrating political ecologies through film: An interview with documentary filmmaker Taylor Rees

By Marek Kaczyński and Marta Ewa Romaneczko Documentary filmmaker Taylor Rees talks about her work on racism and environmental justice.
June 8, 2021

Gunda, Babe and Val Plumwood: on communicative status, ethical relations with the more-than-human and being food

By Enid Still Is human speech a prerequisite to the ethical recognition of beings? The film about the life of a sow called Gunda, invites us to look beyond speech, into emotional, communicative more-than-human relations.
October 20, 2020

To Green Or Not To Green: Four stories of urban (in)justice in Barcelona

By Emilia Oscilowicz. A new short documentary shot and edited by filmmaker Alberto Bougleux sheds light on the dilemmas of greening cities.
June 2, 2020

Are ‘Nature-based Solutions’ an answer to unsustainable cities or a tool for furthering nature’s neoliberalisation?

By Panagiota Kotsila. Nature-based Solutions (NBS) are broadly perceived as positive ‘triple-win’ strategies, though they have so far shown contradictions and limited transformational potential for advancing environmental justice and sustainability in cities. We can, however, recover the underlying idea of respecting and protecting biodiversity as well as caring for and with nature to repair or transform some of our broken systems.
May 2, 2017

Tania Murray Li: There is no one trajectory of development

The world’s global institutions and governments with decision power on the future of millions of people living in rural areas want to continue with business as usual: industrialization and urbanization. Number two of a two-part video interview with Tania Murray Li.
April 25, 2017

Tania Murray Li: The agricultural story is not over

Tania Murray Li talks about how and why political ecology should still focus on rural spaces and transformations.
June 2, 2016

The other Balkan route

A group of ‘kayaktvists’ from all over Europe recently paddled 390 km of Balkan rivers, in an exciting and creative expression of protest against the looming ‘dam tsunami’ on the peninsula. 
May 12, 2016

The Titanic, a lifeboat, or the Bounty? Or why class still matters in the Anthropocene

“Arrogant and short-sighted leadership; distracted people dancing on the boat; and poor preparation for the catastrophe”. Marco Armiero discusses three narratives of the Anthropocene and why the stories we tell are so important. In the end, it does not matter how well equipped or prepared the boat is; only mutiny can change its course.