Anthropocene Bodies

The term “Anthropocene,” which literally means “the time of humans,” signifies that humans have significantly altered the chemical and geological makeup of Earth. Humans are now considered the main driver behind global geological change on our planet. This alteration encompasses both the physical and social dimensions of the body, as well as the ways in […]

Tools to Motivate and Spur Behavioural Change

Motivating and spurring behavioural change presents a formidable challenge, yet numerous tools and strategies exist to facilitate this transformation. Achieving a sustainable future will require that people do things differently. It is vital to acknowledge that altering behaviour is indeed attainable. The pivotal first step involves a comprehensive comprehension of the underlying causes driving the […]

Queer ecology / Eco-Queerness : Exploring the Intersection of Identity and Environment

Queer ecology, also known as eco-queerness, emerges at the intriguing intersection of two critical discourses: environmentalism and LGBTQ+ rights. This dynamic fusion explores the complex interplay between identities, social justice, and ecological sustainability. Eco-queerness offers a fresh perspective that challenges traditional notions of sexuality and the environment, inviting us to reflect on how human identity […]

Plastic Recycling and Closure

HOW TO RETHINK PLASTIC PACKAGING: CAN CLOSURE OR REDIRECTION PROVE TO BE A STRATEGY FOR THIS COMPLEXITY? From generation to generation, young people are less and less exposed to nature. We live more and more in urban spaces. It’ll be difficult to explain to future generations how it used to be: a diverse nature with […]