Paulo Tavares

The Earth’s geo-historical transition from the Holocene to the Anthropocene—and the production of the environmental conditions that led to this event—are generally attributed to, and analysed in relation with, a process in the history of humanity described as an evolutionary trajectory towards higher stages of civilisation, increasing technological progress, social development, economic growth and material well-being. Continue reading
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Zoe Todd

In Métis legal-governance traditions, we draw on the nehiyaw (Cree) legal principle of wahkohtowin. This principle centres kinship, reciprocity, and relationality at the very core of Métis ethics, philosophy, and life.
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Zoe Todd

The GoogleOracle tells us this noun tender comes to us from the latin word tener (‘tender, delicate’). Tender has many simultaneous, contradictory even, meanings. It is the blush of pink roses on a prairie landscape after the rain and sky and night and moon have tended to these plants through harsh winter and riotous spring.
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Katarina Stenbeck

Planetary meltdown should be understood as the result of slow violence. A violence that is exercised in the margins of our attention, a violence that is often out of sight, invisible, and whose destruction emerges with a delay. A violence not perceived as violence.
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