On human and vegetal resilience in Southeast Asia

After winding up the final threads of the Resilients project and submitting our last piece of spreadsheet art to the EC, Nik and I departed on a field trip to Burma (Myanmar). The primary aim of our trip was to attend the YGL Alumni Summit and the World Economic Forum on East Asia – grandiosely entitled "Courageous Transformation for Inclusion and Integration." But on the way we also had the ...

Anthropocene: tended wildernesses

Along with the plants, trees and animals, the first Europeans who moved North after the receding ice of the last glacial period, entered into an unknown landscape that had only recently seen tremendous geological violence and was still dotted with dead ice lakes. At present the landscape of the Anthropocene is starting to reveal itself to us in all of its devastation. It looks like it needs our tending.

instant forest

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