The first phase will include Air India Express and Alliance Air flights, second phase will include Air India flights….
The Amsterdam cultural sector is rapidly developing into the most sustainable in the world. At the end of 2017, Stedelijk Museum, Jewish Historical Museum, EYE and Scheepvaartmuseum received their ……
At Tetra Pak, we have an ambition to develop the world’s most sustainable food packaging – to protect our planet. Go nature. go carton….
Digital sales are helping farmers make up for business from shuttered restaurants, but not everyone can afford this fresh product and meat, raising questions about long-term sustainability.
This youth-focused project will undertake both an analysis of youth social media productions (via the digital platform, TikTok), as well as a survey and interviews with youth in both Australia and Europe on their experiences and intentions regarding TikTok as a form of critical public pedagogy on climate change. The project will explore key narratives, anticipated audiences, and other aspects of whether and how youth intend for their TikTok videos to be taken up as forms of public pedagogy and solidarity building in relation to their global climate futures. In doing so, the project considers the increasingly global forms of social organisation shaped through the circulations of collective effect through digital media participation and their effects on orientations to climate change both within and across national borders. The project will engage with digital media and affect theory, critical literacies, and the environmental humanities with implications for qualitative and educational research.