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Tactical Biopolitics course set to kick off at UNSW

Tactical Biopolitics: Nature /Culture/Power UNSW Environmental Humanities will be offering a new course in Semester 1 2013 called Tactical Biopolitics : Nature /Culture/Power. ‘Tactical Biopolitics’ is a creative misappropriation of terms by bioartists who use living matter to grow works of art. Drawing on the traditions of ‘tactical media’, which combines cheap devices ... Read More »


Microbes and fung-guys (funghi’s) are the sleeping partners in the darkness and anaerobic depths, the answers within our problems. Though we must see this as a possible   way to deal with what is now a waste crisis, not an excuse to keep producing land fill destined so called disposables. Look ... Read More »


THE GREAT DISRUPTION HAS BEGUN An Institute of Sustainable Solutions 2009 Future Focus Lecture Master of Sustainability – The University of Sydney  Expert from Institute of Sustainable Solutions Why you should listen Paul Gilding argues that we have entered a period of global ecological crisis and economic stagnation that will last ... Read More »

Milkwood Permaculture Courses

Milkwood Permaculture provides world-class education in Permaculture and Regenerative Agriculture. Their unique, best-practice courses and workshops give you the skills and confidence to create permanently sustainable systems. Students leave the courses ready and able to design & implement a better future for their families, farms and communities. Courses are run at ... Read More »

Master of Sustainability – The University of Sydney

Master of Sustainability  The Master of Sustainability is a truly multi- and cross-disciplinary qualification aimed at producing sustainability professionals able to combine their discipline-specific skills with an appreciation of the technological, commercial, legal, governmental and societal imperatives underpinning sustainability issues. The course has been developed collaboratively between the University’s Institute ... Read More »

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