It’s all about wood: urban oaks between beetles and beeches

What and who is a wood for? Especially in urban surroundings natural places are entangled in a myriad of practices. It is no simple task to accomodate them all and conflicts are bound to occur. Can they be resolved?

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Negotiating Contested Landscapes: The Alaska Lupin in Iceland
Jul16

Negotiating Contested Landscapes: The Alaska Lupin in Iceland

A windy summer day gives a glimpse into the complex, and at times contested, relations that emerge between people and plants in Iceland’s quickly transforming landscapes.

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The new gold diggers
Jul07

The new gold diggers

Asilah, Morocco, (October 2012)

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Re-cultivating the lands of their ancestors
Mar17

Re-cultivating the lands of their ancestors

Bajo Guadalentín near Murcia, Spain (August 2013)

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Humans of the Future

A fieldnote from Munich, Germany (October 2013)

…one day humankind will be living in huge, well planned, structured and organised cities, where everyone will have his or her needs fulfilled in this life of 24/7-availability…

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Can Piella: More than an occupied house

A fieldnote from Barcelona, Spain (October 2013)

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