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Ghanaian-Filipino architectural scientist Mae-ling Lokko is active in the field of biomaterials. A recent work discussed in this talk is Thresholds of Return, a gate made of waste from the Ghanian coconut industry. It is a reconstruction of the Door of No Return in Elmina (Ghana), through which the enslaved were led out of Africa. Wong & Krier got to know about Lokko’s work in Mull through Tom Morton (Arc Architects), with whom she designed an ‘open air classroom’ for the Future by Design Cove park residency in the lead up to COP26. Designer and researcher Henriëtte Waal co-initiated Atelier Luma, an experimental design laboratory in Arles, France, in 2016. Among other programs, Waal helped set up a residency programme there for designers, which is how she first met Lokko. Waal’s system-level projects integrate design, community and ecology and involve collaborations with scientists, communities, an international network of makers, and students. In this joyful and at times technical Friday afternoon talk, Lokko and Waal share memories and insights about food as a community binder and talk about practices of hardscaping versus ‘mounding’ (contouring permeable earth) to resolve water circulation problems in cities. Mae-ling introduces the idea/theory of generative justice (the bottom up creation, translation and circulation of value) and very vividly describes her recent installation Thresholds of Return. Henriette chimes in when ‘bioregional design’ come to the table: localty and Co2 footprint are easily overlooked in biobased design. Let’s start from the feet up.  https://henriettewaal.com/about/ www.z33.be/en/programma/mae-ling-lokko/
Just before we left we handed all the sounds we recorded along the way, over to sound engineer Martin Low. He mixed it into this soundscape. The last pearl of the string. Thank you Martin, Mull and everyone we’ve met along the way.
Aslı Hatipoğlu is weaver, researcher and cook. “By cooking in specific environments, and engaging with people from different cultural backgrounds, I run into stories, which lead me to subjects such as history, psychology, spirituality, ecology and science. I translate these stories into textiles or printed edible materials, and curate dinners around these topics, making use of the social interaction that takes place when we eat together.” Sadly enough Aslı could not join us on Mull, so Erik looked her up in Maastricht where she was a participant at Jan van Eyck Academie, a post graduate programme for art, design and reflection. A talk about cooking, recipes, the locality of food and culture, our relationships with microbes and the deeper understanding of life they provide.  We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us.  This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’. It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!  For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl
After all these 1 on 1’s with our hosts Miek and Rutger, the neighbours, and guests Tim & Reiko, Tom and Anne it is time to listen, share and discuss in a larger local context. We invited more local voices: theater director Rebecca Atkinson-Lord (Tobermory), new generation Mull crofter Renatus Derbidge, Oban-based curator Naoko Mabon, artist Mhairi Killin (Iona) and fiddle player and researcher for South West Mull and Iona Development (SWID) Hanna Fischer. Neighbour Judy Gibson was present, Jimmy and John were too busy at their farms. We (Erik & Sophie) scripted this talk in many ways, but in the end we decided to just give the floor to the participants. We set up a circle, introduced the guests and a ‘talking stick’ and talked in two rounds: Round & About radio, based on the monthly local news magazine with the same name.  A long and horizontal talk about sourdough cultures, the (local) food economy, the big and complex question of how to thrive, the pain of ‘the 1750-1860 Highlands and Island Clearances’, the effects of tourism on the precarious housing situation and much more. And what about that swan that needed to be rescued? Sit back, go for a walk, or do the dishes and listen. This is the closest to Mull we can bring you. Special thanks to Hannah for playing the tune and Martin Low for making everyone very audible.  We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us. This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’ It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!  For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl
It is Anne van Leeuwen’s personal mission to bring about regenerative crossovers between nature and culture and to translate these into concrete projects and propositions. Part of this effort involves creating a constructive dialogue between scientists, artists, business persons, politicians, citizens and wherever possible non-humans. In the past years she co-founded the collective Embassy of the North Sea, which departs from the starting point that the sea owns itself. Their podcast series Voices of the North Sea explores this point of view. Anne – her energy seems endless – is also the co-founder of Bodemzicht, a regenerative farm and learning place. Eaten alive by the migets Anne and Erik talk about birds with a part-time zoo contract, the importance of listening to the sea, and those damn boxes you keep running into when you want to work in a true relational way with our surroundings. We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us.  This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’. It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!  For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl
Architect Tom Morton founded ARC, a small architectural practice based in a former candle-making workshop in Cupar, Fife, in the east of Scotland. Its nature-based work transcends architectural practice to encompass diverse creative and learning activities such as repairing mud walls, communicating material physics, and building festivals. Erik meets up with Tom in a 19th century lighthouse-builders-home on Erraid. They look out of the window. It looks empty, but what is emptiness? It is a very subjective, loaded word in this fringe of the UK: Tom, some context please! In this meandering talk they touch upon the concept of time and his recent collaboration with Ghanaian designer Mae-ling Lokko for the Future by Design Cove park residency, located one hour from Glasgow, overlooking Scotland’s Loch Long. We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us.  This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’ It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!  For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl
Scotland-based artist duo Collins+Goto Studio (Tim Collins and Reiko Goto) are known for their long-term projects that involve socially engaged environmental research and practice in both the USA and the UK. In 2019, after ten years of research, they launched the Plein Air LP, featuring Scotland-based recordings with the help of a plant-driven synthesizer. Sophie meets up with Tim and Reiko on a rainy grey morning. How can we feel empathy with nature? How can we understand other-than-human life forms without speaking their language? And how will this deeper understanding affect us as humans? A talk about peat, post industrial Pittsburgh, the breath of a leave and a horse called Darkness. We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us.  This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’ It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy! For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl
In the meantime our guests from the Netherlands and Scotland have arrived: Anne van Leeuwen, Tom Morton, Tim Collins & Reiko Goto. Unfortunately our fifth guest Aslı Hatipoğlu bumped into the invisible Nation State wall and didn’t make it further than Schiphol airport. Her talk is the last one in this series, we looked her up in Maastricht when we got back.  Before we dive into 1 on 1 talks, we went for a ‘vertical field trip’. A communal effort to really relate to where we are. With skipper Mark Jardine we sailed to a remote beach at the south side of nature reserve Tireragan, to cl ean up accumulated plastic waste. In this delightfully slow paced talk, Mark and his son Stewart tell about living and working at the edge of the ocean, the island economy, the relation with their ship and the art of avoiding danger. So close your eyes and smell the ocean. We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us.  This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’. It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!  For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl
A bit further down the road lives Jimmy Campbell, the third neighbour we talked to. Apart from taking care of 600 sheep, Jimmy and his wife Christine run a succesful camping site, soon to be taken over his daughter and son in law. A talk about sheep that eat seaweed, the changing flow of tourists, the ultra low market price for wool, and helping each other out as neighbours.  We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us.  This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’ It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!  For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl 
Judy Gibson spent all her childhood summers on the Isle of Erraid. 5 years ago she relocated here permanently. She shares the island – or tidal island – with the spiritual Findhorn community. Despite living across a narrow strip of sea, Judy is one of Miek and Rutger’s closest neighbours. A talk about community work, her father – Tony Gibson’s – legacy, and the inevitable effects of climate change on daily life.  We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us.  This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’ It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!  For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl 
John and Linda Cameron live at Knockvologan 1, next door to where Miek and Rutger live. This is where the Ross of Mull ends, or begins. Camper drivers are often suprised by this fact and have to turn around, or… decide to spend the night on the land of the Camerons. John has lived here all his life, takes care of sheep and cows and drives his ‘quad’ with visible pleasure. A talk about being a crofter, the quality of grass, the deer problem, and cows that go on vacation to neighbour Jimmy’s pastures.  We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us.  This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’ It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!  For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating: go to pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl 
While Erik and Miek are hiking, Sophie joins Rutger at his morning routine of baking bread. It took him more than a year to get it right: to build a productive relation with the sourdough culture that helps him bake the bread. As a bonus Rutgers shows the ‘barn in a barn’ that he has been building for the past two years. We give you two words: pig manure and resilience. Rutger Emmelkamp is an artist, teacher and program maker. He connects art, historical and deep ecology theory with film, literature, theater and crafts. In parallel, Rutger has been teaching in various art disciplines for more than ten years and was appointed head of the Jewellery Department at the Rietveld Academie Amsterdam in 2013 – a position he resigned from to dedicate his artistic practice and making skills to Knockvologan in 2017.  We were inspired and overwhelmed by Mull and everything the island contains and shared with us. This is one of 13 talks. We edited it like ‘a string of pearls’. It works best to jump from one pearl to the next, starting at the beginning… Enjoy!   For more context and information about our search for the pluriverse and the upcoming exhibition we are curating, go to the web magazine: pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl .
On the weather-beaten island of Mull, off the west coast of Scotland, two artists from the Netherlands set up camp, taking a vow to “work with the elements, not fight them”. Over time they grew a garden, a seasonal residency programme and a neighbourhood barn-in-a-barn. How to thrive and make kin with other humans and non-humans in such a remote place, year-round? The team of In Search of the Pluriverse will find out by temporarily relocating to this northern edge of Europe. Wong & Krier needed some more context before they left for the UK, Scotland, Mull. To touch base before the actual travel. They choose for a climate/activist perspective – Climate conference COP26, Glasgow is coming up in November – and they wanted to gain more insight in economic/political innovation at a local/community level in the UK. Listen to their conversations with Suzanne Dhaliwal and Jay Tompt. Jay Tompt is a lecturer in the MA Regenerative Economics at Schumacher College and co-founder of the Totnes REconomy Project (UK), for which he regularly delivers trainings in transition. A ‘political entrepreneur with California style enthusiasm’. Jay works as an executive, consultant, activist and writer. His areas of expertise include citizen-led economics, ethical consuming, green supply chain and waste reduction. A talk about the marginal position of local politics in the UK, the come back of the commons, about the potential of dragons and the power of participation. Listen to an insider who plays the outsider-card whenever needed.  References Totnes REconomy Project reconomycentre.org/ Local Spark Torbay localsparktorbay.org/ Schumacher College, MA Regenerative Economics www.schumachercollege.org.uk/ campus.dartington.org/regenerative-economics/ On Making the Yes and the No, with Jay Jordan and Isa Frémeaux Hetnieuweinstituut – Warming-up-to-the-pluriverse-8-on-making-the-yes-and-the-no The 1999 Battle in Seattle against WTO rules of trade www.seattle.gov/cityarchives/exhi…otests-in-seattle Anti and alter globalisation movement www.dw.com/en/a-brief-history-…movement/g-39573255 World Social Forum wsf2021.net/ Transition Town movement, Totnes www.transitiontowntotnes.org/ transitionnetwork.org/ Scotland’s independence movement www.cfr.org/in-brief/whats-next…dependence-movement Flatpack democracy: power tools for reclaiming local politics www.flatpackdemocracy.co.uk On the Welfare State, and its start in Darlington www.centreforwelfarereform.org/library/r…stem.html Open Space method www.mind.org.uk/media-a/4924/open-space-method.pdf The Local Entrepreneur Forum and the Community of Dragons reconomycentre.org/home/lef/ Brexit slogan “Getting back control” www.irishtimes.com/culture/take-ba…urope-1.3824393 The Dragons’ Den TV show www.youtube.com/channel/UCDAzmE9V4Xw5CdLkn3pvO3A Myrtle Cooper, Wild & Curious wildandcurious.org.uk Incredible Edibles www.incredibleedible.org.uk/ Incredible Farm incrediblefarm.co.uk/ Community Interest Company (CiC) www.gov.uk/government/publicat…report-2020-to-2021 Community Benefit Society (CBS) www.mondaq.com/uk/charities-non-…y-benefit-society Guerilla Gardening www.guerrillagardening.org/ On relocalisation as a permaculture principle: David Holmgren, Pathways to Sustainability store.holmgren.com.au/product/princi…-and-pathways/ Biogregionalism: becoming native to a place cascadiabioregion.org/what-is-bioregionalism For more information about In Search of the Pluriverse visit hnix.nl/pluriverse and follow @insearchofthepluriverse on Instagram.
On the weather-beaten island of Mull, off the west coast of Scotland, two artists from the Netherlands set up camp, taking a vow to “work with the elements, not fight them”. Over time they grew a garden, a seasonal residency programme and a neighbourhood barn-in-a-barn. How to thrive and make kin with other humans and non-humans in such a remote place, year round? The team of In Search of the Pluriverse will find out by temporarily relocating to this northern edge of Europe. Wong & Krier needed some more context before they left for the UK, Scotland, Mull. To touch base before the actual travel. They choose for a climate/activist perspective – Climate conference COP26, Glasgow is coming up in November – and they wanted to gain more insight in economic/political innovation at a local/community level in the UK. Listen to their conversations with Suzanne Dhaliwal and Jay Tompt. Suzanne Dhaliwal is ‘climate justice campaigner’ and artist. She was part of the Art Not Oil coalition, challenging BP and Shell's corporate sponsorship in the arts, and strives for more inclusivity within the climate movement. Because: Why is Britain’s green movement still an all white affair? Brexit, the pandemic and ‘activist fatigue’ made Dhaliwal relocate to Croatia recently, from where she continues her work. A talk about making privileges productive, a megaphone as listening tool, and the power of making the absent present. References www.suzannedhaliwal.org/ Why are Britain’s Green Movements an All White Affair www.theguardian.com/environment/201…ll-white-affair MA Social Sculpture in the Arts, Oxford
www.social-sculpture.org/taught-maste…sculpture-2/ MA Ecology Futures, AKV St Joost www.akvstjoostmasters.nl/programmes/e…logy-futures No Tar: Sands (Canada) www.no-tar-sands.org/ Zapatistas set sail for Europe in a gesture of solidarity www.theguardian.com/world/2021/may/…y-and-rebellion Laing Olivia. The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone, Picador: 2016 www.olivialaing.com/ Bus sculpture by British-Nigerian artist Sokari Douglas-Camp www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-34777859 Jon Daniel (1966-2017), columnist, independent creative director and social activist www.designweek.co.uk/issues/16-22-o…iel-1966-2017/ UK COP 26. COP stands for Conference of the Parties. Parties are the signatories of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) - a treaty agreed in 1994 which has 197 Parties (196 countries and the EU). ukcop26.org/ Have you read the IPCC report? “The IPCC embodies a unique opportunity to provide rigorous and balanced scientific information to decision-makers because of its scientific and intergovernmental nature.” www.ipcc.ch/assessment-report/ar6/ Further reading/listening Serpentine podcast  Back to Earth: How do we get there? (Suzanne intervenes at 12 min). Mothers of Invention podcast “Climate change is a man-made problem. With a feminist solution!” www.mothersofinvention.online/ For more information about In Search of the Pluriverse visit hnix.nl/pluriverse and follow @insearchofthepluriverse on Instagram.
As part of the podcast episode Testing İstanbul’s Waters, impact maker and Dutch politician with Kurdish roots Kıvılcım Özmen shares the stories of her grandmother Besê Diribaş (1915-1996) about the layered meaning of water in Dersim. Eastern Anatolia has been home to many Kurds for centuries. Some continue to live there even after the Dersim massacre (1937-1938). Slow down, and let this circular tale of belonging cradle you. The original story is by Kıvılcım Özmen; the English narration is by İlke Ercan; and the song Ferfecir is by Metin and Kemal Kahraman. Many thanks to Ayşe Gül Altınay and Gülser İlgan who helped shine a light on Kurdish Alevism.
In four short audio notes, Sophie and Erik reflect on the Thirst Talk. Sophie brings in Arturo Escobar’s writings and Erik announces an epilogue of our İstanbul adventure… For more information about In Search of the Pluriverse visit hnix.nl/pluriverse and follow @insearchofthepluriverse on Instagram.
With designer Nur Horsanalı, urbanist Yaşar Adnan Adanalı, river mobiliser Li An Phoa and architect Eva Pfannes from OOZE. Finally Sophie and Erik meet up with Nur Horsanalı, Yaşar Adnan Adanalı, Eva Pfannes from OOZE and Li An Phoa at the same time, in virtual space. After a synchronised one hour walk, following the THIRST WALK instructions Sophie wrote, we meet online in public space. Calling in from İstanbul, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and The Hague. Accompanied by the sound of mosques, playing children and a Dutch breeze, we talk about water inside and outside our bodies, about water as infrastructure, as lifeline, as disappointment, as part of our practice and as a continuous flow that connects everything and everybody across generations. Cited references Vliet Canal, The Hague, Netherlands, dated back to 47 AD en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vliet_(canal) Taksim Square fountain, Beyoğlu, İstanbul artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/taks…ICzpgA-6ypJg 2013 Gezi protests bianet.org/english/crisis/1515…i-resistance-report Çesme (public fountain) www.ktb.gov.tr/EN-113835/fountai…man-istanbul.html Thirst Walk Instructions (Exercise #4) pluriverse.hetnieuweinstituut.nl/en/exercises Amstel river, Amsterdam en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amstel Hamidiye bottled water hamidiye.istanbul/ Ayazağa Creek, Sarıyer/Istanbul 41.114407, 28.998969 Hefbrug Rotterdam rotterdammakeithappen.nl/en/media-obj…the-hefbrug/ Rhine Watershed en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_watershed Vortex (the etymological root of the word vertical) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vortex Delta en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_delta Trekvaart www.britannica.com/topic/Trekvaart Swimming in the Maas www.rotterdamcityblog.com/city-rotterd…m-swim-2015/ Swimming in the Bosphorus www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0WEHmZl5nk Animal çesme (automated style) www.tuzla.bel.tr/icerik/888/7188/…-su-otomati.aspx Bird architecture (Ottoman bird houses) www.cnnturk.com/yasam/osmanlinin-kus-koskleri Center for Spatial Justice roof garden @ysrdnl www.instagram.com/p/CNM8zQwAkof For more information about In Search of the Pluriverse visit hnix.nl/pluriverse and follow @insearchofthepluriverse on Instagram.
In this extra Thirst Talk, Sophie crosses – virtual – paths with engineer and artist Serkan Taycan who initiated the Between Two Seas Walk: an artwork, a heritage walk and an open air laboratory at the same time. By combining the notion of engineering with an artistic practice, Taycan tries to make us aware of how spatial decision-making can have enormous cultural and ecological consequences. Cited references Serkan Taycan www.serkantaycan.com/ A Wall of Water (5’48’’), Serkan Taycan, 2018 İstanbul Mayor Ekrem İmamoğlu says only a handful of people will benefit from the Kanal Istanbul project. bianet.org/english/environment…al-istanbul-project Between Two Seas cultureroutesinturkey.com/between-two-seas/ Gezi Park protests, 2013 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gezi_Park_protests Ece Uzmay Asya, “Hydropolitics and Water Geographies of Istanbul” (master thesis), Kadir Has University, July 2019 (unpublished). See Ece Uzmay Asya, “ The 1970 Cholera Epidemic in Sağmalcılar: Unveiling the Entangled Water Relations of Istanbul”, İstanbul Unbound Conference, 2021 (replay starts around 39 minutes) www.crowdcast.io/e/istanbul-unbound/8 Lignite Mining in Turkey www.gem.wiki/Turkey_and_coal For more information about In Search of the Pluriverse visit hnix.nl/pluriverse and follow @insearchofthepluriverse on Instagram.
In Thirst Talk #4, Sophie meets up with urbanist and İstanbulite Yaşar Adnan Adanalı. A talk about how all spatial issues have social consequences. Also the idea of walking as a way to produce knowledge and the importance of ‘scale’ pop up during this short, animated talk. Cited references Yaşar Adnan Adanalı yasaradanali.com Infected Cities Series dutchculture.nl/en/events/infecte…cities-8-istanbul Center for Spatial Justice, Mekanda Adalet Derneği (MAD) centerforspatialjustice.org/ Beyond İstanbul beyond.istanbul/ Kanal İstanbul (official narrative) www.kanalistanbul.gov.tr/tr Kanal İstanbul (environmental contestation) www.nationalgeographic.com/science/art…tal-impacts Müşterek (commons) musterekler.sehak.org/ River Basin Studies mekandaadalet.org/en/program/river-basin-studies/ Hope Archive mekandaadalet.org/en/hope-archive/ Ecological Manifesto for a post pandemic world mekandaadalet.org/en/ecological-ma…-pandemic-world/ Guest Column Funambulist magazine on design & racism thefunambulist.net/articles/guest-…r-adnan-adanali For more information about In Search of the Pluriverse visit hnix.nl/pluriverse and follow @insearchofthepluriverse on Instagram.
In Thirst Talk #3, Erik has a conversation with Eva Pfannes, one of the founders of OOZE. A talk about ‘oozing’ as a slow process without boundaries. The conversation starts in a Rotterdam neighbourhood and ends in a temporary natural swimming pond in London. Dip in! Cited references Ooze (Eva Pfannes and Silvain Hartenberg) www.ooze.eu.com/ IABR “Down to Earth / Whose Energy is it, anyway?”: Local Energy Action Plan (LEAP) www.iabr.nl/en/projectatelier/leap2 www.ooze.eu.com/en/urban_strategy local_energy_action_plan_rotterdam/ Harvesting energy from rivers: aquathermy www.cedelft.eu/en/publications/2…essment-framework Venice Architecture Biennale, “How Will We Live Together. www.labiennale.org/en/architecture…t-hashim-sarkis Future Island, Ooze’s contribution with Marjetica Potrč for the exhibition “As One Planet” (Central pavilion, Giardini) www.ooze.eu.com/en/urban_prototype/future_island/ Humans have only been around (half) a second in Earth’s life. earthhow.com/earth-timeline-geo…al-history-events/ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geologic_time_scale Of Soil and Water: King’s Cross Pond Club, London www.ooze.eu.com/en/urban_prototyp…_cross_pond_club/ MIF - ministry of fence, The Bartlett Diploma, 1996, Eva Pfannes The Biosphere dome experiment: “a colossal failure” (1991) www.nytimes.com/2019/03/29/sunday…imate-change.html For more information about In Search of the Pluriverse visit hnix.nl/pluriverse and follow @insearchofthepluriverse on Instagram.
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