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From Humboldt to Caldas: On Environmental Liberations by Means of Tropical Altitudinalization
When we stand on earth and think of the world in latitudinal terms, we are minimal, yet this is the world we attempt to conquer and pretend to comprehend. When we stand at low altitudes in the tropics, in front of tropical ...
Sea Level Rise and Housing Affordability in Small Coastal Communities: A Case Study in Maine
Significant portions of the United States’ coastal housing stock are vulnerable to inundation in coming decades. This will cause a direct loss of housing, result in higher prices for homes that are not vulnerable to flooding, ...
to cast a line in the san jacinto river
This thesis addresses agency of the body, of space, and of marginalized lifeways for subsistence fishers near Houston, Texas. It does so through a feminist approach that centers processes of change, instability, and emergence ...
Climate Grief: Relearning the Future
Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada, is eroding at an average rate of about one foot per year. People are grieving the losses, both past and future, of meaningful places embedded with memory. While the field of landscape ...
Permanent Impermanence with the House in Three Climates or Living and Perceiving with Material Temporal Cycles
In a civilization of rapid temporality and supposed linear progress, a human-nature dichotomy proliferates from our ways of living all the way to the building wall section. As our temporal rhythm of the solar movement ...