The environmental impact of digital publishing
Marta Escamilla Monell | Jordi Panyella Carbonell
Almost 10% of what we read nowadays is in digital format, which is why we are looking into the digital impact of this area.
A Geology of Media
Jussi Parikka | Garnet Hertz
The materiality of media is not limited to economic or technical issues; it has an intimate connection with the soil, the air and nature.
Laura Pando: “Cultural institutions must be a safe place for debating climate change”
We talk to Laura Pando about the ecological footprint of cultural institutions and the importance of environmental awareness.
Eco-publishing Handbook: the Container Is Important Too
Publishing books using environmentally-friendly criteria requires rethinking the entire publishing process: from conceptualisation to communication.
The Anthropocene, Climate Change and Dystopias
When TV series tackle the future they tend to depict quite a dark world ahead of us.
Cultural institutions and climate change
As strategic hubs, cultural institutions must contribute to the transition to a new energy culture that protects the climate.
The seeds of modern threats
Experts explore hidden threats to sustainability and how to address them in the flagship publication of the Worldwatch Institute: State of the World 2015.
How Polluting is the Internet?
The fact that the internet footprint is lower than that of traditional activities does not mean it is totally innocuous.