Mosses and Marshes: Creative Engagement with Wetlands

By Andrew Howe and Kim V. Goldsmith As published by ClimateCultures, 27 April 2022 ClimateCultures is a network of over 200 artists, curators & researchers in many countries, including across the UK and other parts of Europe, as well as in North America, Australia, and India. Andrew Howe and Kim V. Goldsmith are members ofContinue reading “Mosses and Marshes: Creative Engagement with Wetlands”

Hearing the unheard

I recently observed the thread of a conversation on a Twitter post[1] by Professor Euan Ritchie[2] of Deakin University suggesting the ecological and conservation community needed to reflect deeply on ideas and narratives that had questionable outcomes for biodiversity. You could hear the frustration in the tone of Ritchie’s tweet and responses. His post andContinue reading “Hearing the unheard”