Views from Elsewhere brings together some of the recent articles, blog posts, and other environmental, arts, research or news sources that ClimateCultures editor Mark Goldthorpe has been enjoying.
So far, we’ve covered over 200 stories from almost 100 different sources, as diverse as Aeon, Aesthetica Magazine, The American Geophysical Union, Anthropocene Magazine, Artists and Climate Change, The Atlantic, Atlas Obscura, The BBC, Burning Embers, Canada’s National Observer, Carbon Brief, Caught By The River, Centre for Human & Nature, CityLab, The Clearing, Climate Outreach, The Committee on Climate Change, The Conversation, Crap Futures, Creative Carbon Scotland, The Creativity Post, Cultural Anthropology, Daily Kos, Dark Mountain Project, Dezeen, eco/art/scot/land, The Ecologist, The Economist, Edge Effects, Electric Lit, Emergence Magazine, Ensia, ENTITLE, Environmental Research Web, Eurozine, Farnam Street, Foreign Policy, Future Earth, Geographical, The Good Men Project, Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism, The Guardian, Guernica, Hacker Noon, Humanities for the Environment, Hyperallergic, The Infinite Game, Inhabiting the Anthropocene, Inside Out, Integration and Implementation Insights, The Journal of Wild Culture, JSTOR Daily, Kosmos, Language Making Nature, Literary Hub, The Los Angeles Times, The Mail Online, Minding Nature, MoBox, Musings, Nature, Nautilus, The New Republic, The New Statesman, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Observer, openDemocracy, The Outline, Pacific Standard, Platypus, Politico, Public Books, Quanta Magazine, Real Climate, Resilience, Resurgence, ScienceDaily, Science News, Skeptical Science, The Story of Stuff, The Stratford Observer, Terrain, Undark, Uneven Earth, Vox, Wild Culture, xkcd.
For our 2019 selection, go here.
For our 2018 selection, go here.
For our 2017 selection, go here.