Ravi Agarwal – Have you seen the flowers on the river?, 2007-2012


Is an ecologically sustainable future possible merely through tinkering with consumption patterns, or is a more fundamental shift needed in our idea of ecology itself? Progress does not address this question. Economy is center stage, and nature has become a resource, instead of being central. Examples of sustainable living that already exist are being swamped by global capital and its homogenizing imaginations. The flower fields on the river have sustained local communities for 200 years. New urban plans are threatening to destroy this relationship. Allowing them to exist is actually a way forward.


Indien, Morgens essen sie Tee, taz, 18.06.2012, Georg Blume






Saturday 27. of July 2019 at 17:00
Opening of the 18th venue in the woad storage |Galerie Waidspeicher and Haus Krönbacken in Erfurt | Germany.

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NEW! The "Case Study ETF! in Valparaiso", prepared by the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies | IASS Potsdam, is available:"Aesthetic Experience and Sustainable Development".


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