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07/11/2019

Talking about Africa and the Environment: The Contemporary Poetry of Nsah Mala

NSAH MALA – Is a young and prominent multilingual Anglophone Cameroonian poet and short story writer. Some of his short stories and poems were published on: […]
25/09/2019

COMUNIDADES TRIBAIS EM DEFESA DO MEIO AMBIENTE UMA ENTREVISTA COM DAYAMANI BARLA

“Se a natureza sobrevive, adivasis sobreviverão e se adivasis sobreviverem, a natureza sobreviverá.”─ Dayamani Barla   O termo “sociedades tribais” é muito importante nos escritos de […]
01/07/2019

Journalism, war and animal activism, an interview with Diana Darke and Alaa Aljallel (The cat man of Aleppo)

About Alaa Aljaleel  Alaa Aljaleel also known as “the cat man of Aleppo” is probably the most famous animal rescuer and animal rights activist today. He […]
11/06/2019

Frijot Capra – The Systems View of Life and Contemporary Education

    1.Interviewer Zélia Bora: Professor Capra, his bestseller The Tao of Physics (1975), became his inspiration that gave us a new concept of life. He […]
10/12/2018

Craig Russell – Literature and Ecocriticism

About Craig Russell  Craig Russell is a Canadian author. His 2016 novel, Fragment, a world-spanning eco-thriller, was selected by Yale University’s Climate Connections for their 2017 climate-fiction reading list. […]
07/12/2018

Joachim Curtius – The Science of Climate Change latest concerns

About Prof. Dr. Joachim Curtius  Joachim Curtius is Professor from Goethe Universität, Frankfurt,  Germany at Institute for Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences –Department. He has PhD. in Nuclear […]
13/11/2018

Lisa Kemmerer – Animals and Buddhism

  About Lisa Kemmerer  Lisa Kemmerer professor of philosophy and religions at Montana State University Billings, is a philosopher – activist working on behalf of nonhuman […]