Many environmental documentaries recount the aftermath of a grave disaster. Great Lakes, Bad Lines is refreshingly different in this regard. The film concerns the inevitable erosion and malfunction of Enbridge Line 5, a Canadian-owned pipeline that stretches across over […]

Great Lakes, Bad Lines


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In 1976 to celebrate the Chicago connection to the Oz stories, the city dedicated a lovely little park, Oz Park, to L. Frank Baum’s creative work. It is within half a mile of where I teach in Chicago’s Lincoln Park. […]

A Visit to Oz


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24 settembre, ore 17.30 CAFFEXPÒ – LA DIGNITÀ DEL MONDO VEGETALE: IL RAPPORTO CONTROVERSO DELL’UOMO CON LE PIANTE   Portici di Palazzo Gotico TEMI E CONFRONTI  a cura di Centro di Ricerca per lo sviluppo sostenibile OPERA, Alta Scuola di […]

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25/09/2016 – In occasione  del Festival sostenibilità creative organizzato nel parco di Kireco la società Ethic ha presentato il progetto Ripartire ovvero come la finanza  solidale attraverso il microcredito può finanziare nuovi soggetti socialmente deboli. Grazie all’impegno di BCC e’ stato […]

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  The oil industry giant Chevron began operating in Ecuador’s Amazon rain forest in 1964. Over the course of thirty years, this majestic environmental wonder became the victim of unregulated corporate abuse and greed. By the time the corporation vacated […]

Chevron vs. the Amazon


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If you’ve been to Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History in the last 30 years, you’ve probably seen Peggy Macnamara. As the museum’s one and only Artist-in-Residence, Macnamara is as much an institutional treasure as “Sue,” the world’s most complete […]

Peggy Macnamara: In the Field