Dialogues across the Seas. The Ocean that keeps us apart also joins us. Charting knowledge and practice in the Anthropocene – 2nd edition

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Italiano  È uscita la seconda edizione in lingua inglese dell’eBook Dialogues across the Seas. The Ocean that keeps us apart also joins us. Charting knowledge and practice in the Anthropocene. Questa seconda edizione in lingua inglese è aggiornata e arricchita con contributi di nuovi autori. I testi sono di Pasha Ian Clothier, Nina Czegledy, Roberta Buiani, Pier Luigi Capucci, Enzo Guarnieri, Tracey M. Benson, Freddy Paul Grunert, Elena Giulia Rossi, Mario Savini, Franco Torriani, Giorgio Cipolletta. Nel 2022 era uscita la prima edizione in italiano.

English Is now out the second English edition of the eBook Dialogues across the Seas. The Ocean that keeps us apart also joins us. Charting knowledge and practice in the Anthropocene. This second edition is updated and is enriched by the contributions of new authors. Texts by Pasha Ian Clothier, Nina Czegledy, Roberta Buiani, Pier Luigi Capucci, Enzo Guarnieri, Tracey M. Benson, Freddy Paul Grunert, Elena Giulia Rossi, Mario Savini, Franco Torriani, Giorgio Cipolletta. In 2022 the first Italian edition was published.

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Dialogues across the seas: the ocean that keeps us apart also joins us. Charting knowledge and practice in the Anthropocene

 

Edited by Pier Luigi Capucci

This publication is about two events on the impact of the climate crisis on the seas and the marine environments. The first one was entitled “From the Mediterranean to the Pacific. Dialogues across the seas”, and took place on July 27-28, 2018, in Cervia, a coastal city nearby Ravenna where the Po Valley ends in the northern Adriatic Sea. Cervia is located in one of the most critical areas at risk of submersion in Italy: the sea level could rise from 315 to 1535 mm by 2100. The event in Cervia was made in collaboration with “Vital Transformations”, a series of events on art and climate change taking place simultaneously in New Plymouth, New Zealand. This collaboration set up an ideal bridge across two remote maritime venues – Cervia and New Plymouth – geographically located at almost the opposite sides on Earth but interested and linked by a common issue, the rising of the sea level: the climate emergency is both a local and global issue.

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