Patricia Saulis features clips of Mikmaq Elders speaking and provide some perspective on how their work could be brought forward in discussions of Environmental Justice and Media.
Examining representations of air quality data intended for governmental to grassroots audiences, and how these representations may prove to be problematic in attempts to reconcile their myriad forms and meanings across contexts and constituencies.
What might mourning loss due to climate change reveal about the deeper relationship between human and non-human life in the environment?
Our interactions with the city are increasingly mediated through a complex array of technologies, including location-aware mobile devices and a vast number of online platforms.
“Landman Report Card will help landowners in any state navigate the government and corporate databases.”
“MIT is working on a suite of software applications that helps aggregate all the necessary information about land deals, along with input from citizens in the affected areas, in a clear, user-friendly format.”
What is Chinatown? Is it an imaginary construct, a real location, or a community?