German broadcaster 3sat reports on Mississippi. An Anthropocene River project. The project takes the concept of the Anthropocene – the period of history during which humans have been the dominant influence on climate and the environment – into the field.
How big is space? Do our eyes also grow as we get bigger? What would the world be like if our children were given the chance to rewrite the concept of fairness? These and many other questions were explored by around 400 children in Boston on November 1, 2019 at the event “A WORLD OF LEARNING” by the Goethe-Institut’s Digital Kinderuniversity.
Re:publica – the largest conference on the internet and digital society in Europe – has partnered with Reeperbahn Festival and Next Media Accelerator for the Sequencer Tour USA. Next stop: Portland!
As the official roadshow of Wunderbar Together, the Goethe PopUp Tour combines an impressive culture tent with mobile exhibits and various pop-up edutainment elements.
The Anthropocene River Campus Convenes in New Orleans to Examine the Human Impact on the Mississippi
This week, German and American scholars, researchers, artists, and activists are gathering in New Orleans to discuss the historical, social, and ecological impact humans have had on the Mississippi River region.