Anthropocene · Ecological Economics

Being connected to the land: How Indigenous traditional fire practice can save Australian land, and why it has to be practiced by Indigenous people

By Alice Damiano (i.e. @aliceintheanthropocene) and Dan Morgan, originally published by Resilience.org While late 2019 and the year 2020 will probably be remembered for the covid-19 pandemic, the world should not forget about another disaster: The bushfires in Australia, that this year were unusually intense and out of control. What let them be so terribly out of…… Continue reading Being connected to the land: How Indigenous traditional fire practice can save Australian land, and why it has to be practiced by Indigenous people

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Anthropocene · Ecological Economics

If “future” spells “disasters”, a step forward is not what we want.

Pint of Science is a scientific festival where researchers at any stage of their career–from students to professors–share some of their research with the general public, in pubs. I think it’s a great idea, and indeed I’m really happy this festival is becoming very widespread worldwide… and Montreal, the city where my university is located,…… Continue reading If “future” spells “disasters”, a step forward is not what we want.