How do present environmental crises demand a reframing of our own perspectives?
What gives you hope that we can find a way out of today’s environmental crises?
Understanding Cultural-Environmental Connections
How well do we grasp the impacts of our habits of consumption on the world? Does it really make a difference at the poles, or in small island states threatened by sea-level rise, just what food we choose to put into our bodies? How do we imagine ourselves in relation to the environments we inhabit?
How is food relevant to environmental ethics?
Environmental Humanities scholar Christopher Oscarson reflects on on the nature of food production and consumption and how discussing an activity as basic as eating with his students opens up a range of ethical questions about the nature of food production and human-environmental relations.