Hazardous Hope Part 1 “Remediation Practices in Ecuador” by Maximilian Feichtner (*Featured image © Theresa Leisgang) Like a tiny mushroom, hope is growing in the once-lush rain forest of the Amazon in northeastern Ecuador: bioremediation as a solution to the extensive environmental contamination. It is… Continue Reading “For a Dignified Life”
“An Academic Play in One Act” by Simone M. Müller, Ayushi Dhawan, Maximilian Feichtner, and Jonas Stuck [Four scholars stare at their computers. They enter the virtual stage through Skype. It’s a global conversation crossing 3,5 continents, 4 countries, and 3 time zones: it’s… Continue Reading “Hazardous Hope—The Debate”
Last night, the Carson Center co-sponsored a discussion screening of the documentary The Rights of Nature: A Global Movement at DOK.fest Munich. The screening was followed by a discussion with directors Val Berros, Hal Crimmel, and Isaac Goeckeritz, moderated by Christof Mauch. The documentary is… Continue Reading “The Rights of Nature: A Global Movement”
By Camila Cabrera Ecuador, a small country located on the equator, bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west, traversed by the Andes mountain range, and covered by part of the Amazon rainforest in the east, is one of the most biodiverse countries in… Continue Reading “Student Research: Environmental (In)justice – The Case of Chevron-Texaco in Ecuador”
In this special feature, Professor Harald Koch discusses the legal implications of environmental disasters.
Boliche is one of the few remaining peasants in the paramo of La Nevera, a zone located 3,000 meters above sea level (4,200 m. max.) near the Las Hermosas National Park in the peaks of the Central range of the Colombian Andes. Accompanied by… Continue Reading “Photo of the Week: Guillermo Ospina”