How will we change what we do with what we have?
Join Griffith Review 71: Remaking the Balance contributors Ian Lowe, Sophie Cunningham and Jasmin McGaughey and Editor, Ashley Hay as they explore the ways in which our changing relationships with resources are changing what we do with all that’s animal, vegetable and mineral – as well as with less tangible commodities such as memory, stories and hope.
This is a compelling and urgent discussion on the inelastic limits of the planet; on energy in all forms – from nuclear and hydrogen to human; on how to treat hope and courage as muscles we can exercise; and on the potential for rupture bound up in the pandemic, the possibilities for change that it contains and the more critical question of how to set them underway.
Image credit: Marian Drew, Melon, Coral, Clouds
Griffith Review 71: Remaking the Balance is a World Science Festival Brisbane affiliate event.
Ashley Hay is a novelist and essayist whose awards include the Foundation of Australian Literary Studies’ Colin Roderick Award, the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards Peoples’ Choice, and the Bragg/UNSW Press...View Profile
Sophie Cunningham’s essay, ‘Sitting with difficult things: Meaningful action in contested times’ is included in edition 71 of Griffith Review: Remaking the Balance. She is the author of six books including City of Trees; Warning: The Story...View Profile
Ian Lowe AO is emeritus professor of science, technology and society at Griffith University and an adjunct professor at two other universities. He has published extensively and among a wide...View Profile
Jasmin is a Torres Strait Islander and African American. She is currently in the midst of a Master of Philosophy in creative writing, looking into Torres Strait Islander representation in...View Profile
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