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November 29, 2022

Pathways to Sustainability: STEPS free online course

Pathways to Sustainability: STEPS launches free online course with new lectures.
November 22, 2022

What about the fall? Reflections and perspectives of the climate justice movement in Italy (part II)

By Salem Ghribi. The previuos post, focused on the summer: very hot and full of moments of struggle. Now, the fall with all its revindications! From the summer camps to the converging demonstrations.
November 22, 2022

E l’autunno? Riflessioni e prospettive del movimento per la giustizia climatica (part II)

By Salem Ghribi. Nel post precedente, vi abbiamo raccontato dell’estate: caldissima e piena di momenti di lotta. Adesso ci concentriamo sull’autunno con tutte le sue rivendicazioni. Dai campeggi estivi alle manifestazioni di convergenza.
November 17, 2022

Political ecologies of the climate crisis

By Undisciplined Environments Collective. With COP27 underway, we share a selection of past essays published in the Undisciplined Environments blog.
November 15, 2022
Venice Climate March, September 10, 2022. Credits: Dario Fichera. Thanks to Venice Climate Camp and Rise Up for Climate Justice

The hottest summer on record. Reflections and perspectives of the climate justice movement in Italy (part I)

By Salem Ghribi In early 2019 a new form of environmental activism took the global stage. A young composition of mainly students poses a new way of understanding ecology and the wider relationship with political engagement. It’s been three years since then and the summer 2022 has been filled with political camps across Italy.  
November 15, 2022
Venice Climate March, September 10, 2022. Credits: Dario Fichera. Thanks to Venice Climate Camp and Rise Up for Climate Justice

L’estate più calda della storia. Riflessioni e prospettive del movimento per la giustizia climatica in Italia (parte I)

di Salem Ghribi È agli inizi del 2019 che una nuova forma di attivismo ambientale prende spazio nello scenario globale. Una composizione giovane, soprattutto studenti e studentesse, pone un nuovo modo di intendere l’ecologia e il rapporto con l’impegno politico in generale. Vediamo cosa è successo nei molteplici campeggi ecologisti dell’estate 2022.  
November 10, 2022

From Autarky to Agnotology: Arsenic Pesticides and the Making of Ignorance in early Francoist Spain (1939-1953)

By José Ramón Bertomeu Sánchez.  Massive pesticide usage was created through the disciplining of farmers in the use of new chemical technologies during Franco's dictatorship, contributing to concealing the slow and invisible poisoning of agricultural workers and consumers, leaving a toxic legacy in Spanish agriculture up to today.
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 25, 2022

Energy transition from below: From climate colonialism to energy sovereignty

By J. Sebastian Reyes Bejarano, Gustavo García López, and Diego Andreucci, in conversation with Tatiana Roa Avendaño, Teresa Borasino, Marina Weinberg and Daniel Chavez. In an event last June, activists and scholars critically analyzed dominant energy transition discourses as new business horizon, as green utopia and as myth. They contrasted these with alternative visions and strategies for energy sovereignty emerging from grassroots struggles in the global south.