Underneath food systems: Human reattachment to the soil in an urban sprawl
February 18, 2024
In a city, when you leave your house in the morning, you probably encounter pavement, high-rise structures, debris, masses of people, and cars—but barely any nature. Residing in urban spaces has imposed distance between humans and soil. However, intentional reconnection with nature can shift values and attitudes toward agriculture.
How many of you drove here?
February 9, 2024
Imagining a just transition can be difficult as fossil fuel companies curate a culture of dependency. The Line 3 protests contain valuable lessons for rebelling against a fossil fuel dependent future.
January 28, 2024
Reimagining parking: Unlikely spaces for climate resilience
January 2, 2024
For every car in the United States, there are four parking spots. Research shows that replacing underutilized parking with green space and using environmentally friendly asphalt-alternatives will make cities more climate resilient. While cities in the United States have barely begun to grapple with this issue, cities like Paris, which removed 70,000 on-street parking spaces—half of the city’s previous 140,000 total—are de-paving the way.