EDMONTON Search Results: “Ecology”
BY ALISON RONSON
@ VOL 26
ON SEP 29, 2016
“We are so privileged to be able to turn on our taps and have clean drinking water in an instant, but we often don’t think of the actual source of that water.”
In "#LoveYourHeadwaters" from PechaKucha Night Edmonton Vol. 26, Alison Ronson brings us from the city into the beautiful Alberta wilderness, encouraging us to get excited about our water—where it comes from, why it needs more protection, and what the average Edmontonian can do to #LoveYourHeadwaters.
SITEWIDE Search Results: “Ecology”
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Yapı-Endüstri Merkezi A.Ş.
Nov 03, 2011
Festival - Restaurant Divan
Jul 27, 2012
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restaurant «Maximilian’s Brauerei»
Apr 05, 2015
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Kalispell Brewing Company
Apr 19, 2017
Zdar nad Sazavou
Jun 24, 2017
Clipperton és una illa; però també és una idea
El Clipperton Project és una organització internacional independent sense ànim de lucre que promou l'exploració de tot el món, especialment en termes del seu potencial d'apoderament per a totes les persones, onsevulla que es trobin, sigui quina sigui la seva edat o formació. Des del Projecte s’organitzen expedicions, recerques científiques, exposicions, disseny i desenvolupament de programes d'educació, s’estableixen residències, col·laboracions professionals i esdeveniments a tot el món. Tot plegat amb l'objectiu d'utilitzar l'exploració per dinamitzar i enfortir als ciutadans actius.
Els temes que exploren són presentats després en seminaris i xerrades públiques que inspiren i enfortir al públic a explorar el seu propi entorn, les seves pròpies capacitats i possibilitats, i prendre nota del nostre món. Més informació del projecte:
Ada Martí és biòloga i la Responsable del Programa Ciència del LabFlotant Catalunya.
Building Massive Sustainable Infrastructure
BY ELIZABETH RANIERI, FAIA
@ VOL 53
ON SEP 05, 2013
Architect Elizabeth Ranieri of Kuth Ranieri Architects shows off a few fascinating projects that could dictate the way San Francisco looks in the future. From floating cities to solar-power-enhanced bridges, her firm looks to take on large-scale problems head on with radical solutions.
"Presentation of the Day" on September 16, 2014.
Every 60 seconds in Africa...
BY FATEN AGGAD-CLERX
@ VOL 29
ON FEB 29, 2016
“Stereotypes harm dignity, but the truth of the matter is that stereotypes sell”
What is your image of Africa? A poor, conflict-ridden, hot continent with beautiful sunsets and wild animals, or a hub for innovations and the second fastest growing economy?
By day Faten Aggad works as Africa programme manager at the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM). By night she studies journalism and is a travel writer. In Every 60 seconds in Africa… from PechaKucha Night Maastricht Volume 29, she will challenge you to look at Western media headlines through a different lens.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, May 27th, 2016.
Criminal Justice -OR- Sustainability?
BY JOSHUA BYRD
@ VOL 29
ON MAY 22, 2016
Joshua Byrd has been on a criminal justice journey his whole life. Quite a bit of it was spent on one side of that journey: US Marines, Dept. of Defense, Georgia Sheriff Deputy, Superior Court of Fulton County (GA), North Carolina Dept. of Justice, United States EPA... The man knows what he talks about when he says there is a better way to approach crime in our country and in our cities. Listen in as Joshua talks "4-D" involvement and sustainability as a road to better criminal justice pratices.
Systems for Sharing
BY SEAN ROY PARKER
@ VOL 3
ON JUN 09, 2016
Sean Roy Parker touches on a very contemporary issue of an alternative economy. With businesses like eBay, Airbnb and Gumtree already onboard with the 'sharing economy' how can individuals collaboratively work together on a smaller platform to create a sustainable future?
Time and Tide
BY JO ATHERTON
@ VOL 7
ON SEP 27, 2016
Artist Jo Atherton highlights the diversity of plastic objects washing ashore on the British coastline, and how the ubiquity of this material enables us to reinterpret stories of our time. Millions of years ago, fuelled by sunlight, marine plankton flourished and then settled on the ocean floor, slowly transforming into oil. This same oil is used to produce the endless plastic objects that dominate our everyday lives. When inked and printed, plastic flotsam fragments bear a stark resemblance to the rich diversity of microscopic marine life - a worrying and ironic connection to a beautiful natural process.
Ciudadela, una marca y mi mundo debajo de la mesa
BY ELA MALDONADO
@ VOL 5
ON MAR 02, 2017
La caraqueña, Ela Maldonado, nos cuenta sobre su proyecto Ciudadela Creativa. Cómo utiliza elementos que son considerados como basura para crear arte, y así crear consciencia. Ela es diseñadora, artista y profesora que, por medio de un proceso de reciclaje, crea carteras y otros objetos del día a día con basura.
The Beauty of Compost
BY ALISSA LACHANCE
@ VOL 1
ON APR 19, 2017
Alissa LaChance explores the ecology and complexity of good soil and rich compost for gardens and agriculture. This informative PK gives an in depth perspective on why we should care about good dirt and how this lead to the creation of her new business, Dirt Rich.
Getting to the Root of Permaculture
BY RICK HATCH
@ VOL 7
ON MAR 09, 2017
Cherry Tree Permaculture owner, Rick Hatch, discusses the meaning & origin of permaculture, and various permaculture techniques. While showing examples and sharing his own farm practices, Rick explains how ethical design can meet our needs while improving the environment around us.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Design Authenticity in Miami
PechaKucha Night in Miami is readying for a special edition event, in collaboration with the Hospitality Design Boutique Exposition & Conference. You should always be yourself and that same authenticity goes for the spaces we live in. Does your bedroom look like a confessional? Is your white loft space ready for a gastric bypass surgery? It’s time to explore this idea of Design Authenticity… Pecha Kucha Miami continues to weave itself into the international creative and cultural fabric with its latest Hospitality Design Boutique Exposition & Conference collaboration. Pecha Kucha: Design Authenticity will feature eights presenters sharing their perspectives from international research, cutting edge technology, the humanities, social responsibility, and ecology. The event takes place September 15 (13:00-14:00) at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Amber Art and Technology Festival
PechaKucha Night in Istanbul will be collaborating with the Amber Art and Technology Festival, here are the details courtesy of organizer Nurten Meriçer:Amber Art and Technology Festival Preopening and PechaKucha Night November 3, 2011 With its title "Next Ecology", Amber’11 calls on artists to interpret the life forms, production and consumption, patterns and politics of “Next Ecology” from the vantage point of arts and technology between 4-13 November 2011. Selected artists will join to the special “PechaKucha Night” with presentations on YEM Stage, on November 3, 2011. You are kindly invited to join us on this exclusive “PechaKucha Night.”. For details about Amber Festival ’11: http://www.amberfestival.org For registration: http://www.yemetkinlik.com
Presenter: Ilya Kuzubov // the Creator of Taibola festival Thereis quite a great amount of open-airs in Russia nowadays, but mostly they have entertaining and commercial character. In 2012 we decided to create a new project – “Taibola” festival. This project has volunteer and ideological character, where the aims which will be achieved by means of entertainment and involvement are following: To increase the interest of the citizens of Arkhangelsk Region to the culture and nature of their native land, as well as to make it more attractive for tourists. To tell the participants and guests of the festival that self-organization and mutual aid is not a myth. Everyone can author, discover one’s new abilities and organize one’s personal cultural recreation. To increase the level of ecological responsibility of the citizens by means of master-classes, lectures and explanatory works. In addition “Taibola” is an advocacy of healthy life style, a chance to learn handwork (this craft is especially valuable in time of offices and digital technology), a way to gain knowledge, an activator of personal growth and socio-cultural activity of participants. Objects of art made of sinker serve as one of the main peculiarities of the festival. Such wooden “sculptures” will underline natural beauty of the summer seashore of the White Sea. The festival program is based on several music-areas, cinema-area, master-classes which will be delivered simultaneously, festival tearoom (chill-out), trade fair (hand-made, souvenirs, etc.); outdoor games, intellectual games and street performances will also be organized there. Taibola is a path through taiga and also a neglected road in Arkhangelsk province. Metaphorically is it the way to inside of oneself and it will be in the open air on the seashore of the White Sea. We position “Taibola” as family all-age measures with free admission and abundantcultural program. As soon as guests leave, equipment and guests of another towns are sent back, the dismantling of utility structures will be started and as the result there will be only objects of art left on the seashore. At the same time the cleaning of festival territory will be commenced. Garbage will be gathered, sorted and removed by force of the festival. Offical site: http://taibola.ru
Edo Era Ecology
In today's Presentation of the Day, "Edo Era Ecology" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 72, author and historical researcher Azby Brown shows us what it's like to live in a sustainable city during the Japanese Edo Era. According to Azby, Japan started to experience environmental degradation after deforesting the majority of their country, but reversed it in just over a generation. Check out his book on the topic, "Just Enough: Lessons in Living Green from Traditional Japan".
Oceans of Data
"We want to 'whale-cast', we want to predict where they're at...so we can manage human use of the ocean to minimize impact on endangered species." Ben Best is an analyst for the Ocean Health Index, a research project housed at UCSB's downtown ecology center. For him, the ocean has long been a source of spiritual sustenance, vigorous play, wondrous discovery, and intellectual curiosity. In "Oceans of Data" from PKN Santa Barbara Vol. 10, he discusses using data to map out plans for marine conservation.
Ecology as a Model for Agriculture
Can the agriculture industry really be sustainable for generations to come? Francis Thicke explains what agriculture and ecology have in common. In "Ecology as a Model for Agriculture" from PKN Fairfield Vol. 1 we see that he believes that we can utilize ecology in order to create more sustainable agriculture.
Ecological Sculpture: Patterns in Nature
Is there a place within us that remembers that we are nature? Kimberly Callas is an artist who presents on her current project 'Portrait of the Ecological Self': an artistic investigation that uses sculpted forms of the human body in combination with natural materials to explore images and symbols from nature that strongly connect with the human psyche. In "Ecological Sculpture: Patterns in Nature" from PKN Midcoast, Maine Vol. 21 we learn that her work has recently received a Puffin Foundation Grant and has been exhibited in New York, Chicago, and as far a field as Bulgaria.
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