How can we enrich colloquial language about climate change? Inspired by Gen Z slang, Stevie Chedid imagines a linguistic paradigm shift.
As the climate changes, so does our language. Melting glaciers force us to rethink the metaphors we use to make sense of the world around us.
During this period of rapid political change, glass and Morse code provide mediums for reflection on the environment and extinction.
A meeting of minds at CHE’s 2016 graduate student symposium broadens the environmental vocabulary.
A conversation with geographer Scott Kirsch about what we mean when we talk about technology, and how we can understand the relationship between language and environmental and historical change.
Dr. Robin W. Kimmerer speaks about indigenous knowledges, traditional science, and the stories and words that connect us to our nonhuman homes.