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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 »

MAGICAL MUSHROOMS

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 »

Charles Moore: Sailing the Great Pacific Garbage Patch TED

Capt. Charles Moore of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation first discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch — an endless floating waste of plastic trash. Now he’s drawing attention to the growing, choking problem of plastic debris in our seas. Read More »

John Dee Tipping Point bottled water

Jon Dee exposes the wasteful consumption of oil in the manufacture of bottled water. He also suggests some alternatives that will save you money. Read More »

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