The enchanting landscape of Himachal Pradesh offers an experience to a diverse array of indigenous cultures.
This research examines past experiences and impacts of cyclones in Mauritius, and memories of historical cyclones and contemporary perceptions of vulnerability.
What constitutes a “disastrous event” and who names it?
A conversation about environmental justice, Caribbean Literary Heritage, and the joys and complexities of writing about woodlands.
What do climate actions to “build capacity” and “increase climate resilience” actually mean for people living in coastal communities?
Prof Jussi Parikka discusses research on “vegetal images” as an entry point to an alternative history of visual culture and photography.
The Western environmental, social and political history of humans and the Earth is the result of a segmentation along cartographic lines.
Equality Week is back! Join us for a week of free online talks and workshops that explore equality, diversity, inclusion, and how we can all be change makers.
Masterclass and Q&A with world-renowned filmmakers Roger and James Deakins.
Like many megacities, Delhi manifests stark paradoxes, though you would not think so, if you walk around Lutyens’ Delhi...