We believe in the social power of communication, in the urgency of adopting a trans-disciplinary and participatory approach aimed at defining new paradigms for effectively communicate causes and consequences of the environmental emergency, in the ability to trigger a long-term process of cultural transition based on the alignment of human health, ecological sustainability and social justice.

Visualizing the Climate Crisis:
Virtual Water

Education · Science · Visual art

Taranthon reloaded: co-design edition

Education · Social innovation

Visualizing the Climate Crisis: the Fashion System

Education · Mass media · Visual Art

Through the eyes of children

Education · Public Space · Visual art · Social innovation

Visualizing the Climate Crisis: Ocean Acidification

Science · Visual art

Empathy and Connection in Environmental Storytelling

Education · Science · Visual Art

How photography can address climate crisis as a social justice issue

Education · Mass Media · Visual Art

Alternative Aesthetics in Environmental Storytelling

Education · Science · Visual art

Towards Trans-disciplinarity

Education · Public Space · Science · Visual Art

Contemporary Photography and Public Engagement

Education · Public Space · Science · Social innovation ·  Visual art

Sustainable Events:
Yeast Photo festival

Science · Visual art · Social Innovation 

Visualizing the Climate Crisis: Climate Migration

Visual art · Education · Social  Innovation 

Visualizing the climate crisis:

Visual art · Education · Social  Innovation 

Frederic Hanusch

Do we live on or as part of a planet? Rethinking democratic agency as everything is connected

Now more than ever we need to be aware that everything and everyone is connected. We are not only connected passively, enduring the consequences of climate change and its catastrophic effects, but also by our collective potential for positive action and change. We are connected by the tangible possibility and hope that we can reverse this disastrous trend. The facts related to the environmental crisis are making us see how vulnerable we all are, and the effects of the unjust planet we have created are forcing us to further reflect on our intrinsic interconnectedness.

We are inextricably part of nature.

We are not separated from it.

We are one of the many shapes that nature has taken, and in this we are part of the global problem, as well as the potential solution.

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