My writing on public space includes the book, "Loving Orphaned Space, the art and science of belonging to Earth," and the work shared here.
Viewed from a distance, the border might seem like a hard edge, the outer limit of a nation. But many who live here call both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border home.
The specter of uranium mining exposes the true nature of the Trump Administration’s extractive agenda for public lands.
For me, wilderness is a promise, a commitment that we want the choice to engage more of our senses; that we can be nurturing of other species; that we can create places where profit doesn’t rule.
As Trump assembles his cabinet from hell, it’s good to talk with people inspired by a passion for the Earth that keeps fighters fighting, even as old threats resurface and new ones loom.
The “old-school green deal” was years in the making, and helps pave the way for new-school green new deal success.
A new book tackles a Grand Canyon-sized debate.
What will it take to create a public for the ocean?
The Catching a Wave collective engages artists and scientists in generating collaborative pathways to move the conversation beyond a ‘service mentality’ toward the Earth's oceans. We are a group of artists and researchers based in the USA, UK and Ireland, combining expertise in environmental and social sciences, fine arts, visual arts, mixed media, graphic design, film, poetry, and sculpture. See our work on Instagram and our 2020 article: "Examining the Potential of Art-Science Collaborations in the Anthropocene: A Case Study of Catching a Wave." Frontiers in Marine Science, 7: 340