All posts tagged Visualization

Can Environmental Thinking Help Solve Gerrymandering?

Paying renewed attention to culture, history, and environment can help us confront the problem of gerrymandering and draw electoral districts that make sense.

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Pictures Make History: West German Environmentalism from 1950 to 1990

Drawing helps an environmental historian make sense of changing ideas of nature in West Germany.

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Tales from Planet Earth Returns to Explore Belief, Environment, and Social Justice

With the Tales from Planet Earth film festival only days away, its organizers explore the festival theme “belief” by highlighting what audiences can anticipate.

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Edgy Stuff: September 2015 Recommendations

September 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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Edgy Stuff: August 2015 Recommendations

August 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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Edgy Stuff: June 2015 Recommendations

June 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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Measuring the Anthropocene

In the Anthropocene, or “age of humans,” maps open up important but complicated spaces of dialogue about the “human imprint” on earth systems.

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Talking Trash with Josh Lepawsky

A drawn-out interview with Josh Lepawsky on the politics, flows, and research practices around electronic waste.

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April 2015 Recommendations

Edgy Stuff: April 2015 Recommendations

April 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board . . . and a couple farewells.

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The Arrowhead on the Internet: A Conversation with National Park Service Cartographer Mamata Akella

Cartographer Mamata Akella discusses her work with NPMap, a project to create web mapping tools for the national parks.

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