3. Political ecology and adaptive and transformative framework
Change came into its own. Today we experience and acknowledge the nexus of ecology, culture and politics as a moving objective, defined by local realities placed within global developments. Large-scale change is no longer a distant probability but an approaching condition, which forces us to accept instability and envision sustainability transitions as the ground of future inhabitation. When looking closer into atmospheric, water (riverine, maritime, deltaic), and land systems and their inherent uncertainties we realize the agency that local sensitivities, culture and planning regimes have in defining the success or failure of sustainable development. This dialogue will question what the real ground of present and future urbanization is, imagining adaptive and transformative change as material and ecologically sensitive practices to site, context and culture.
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Dr. Diego Andres Sepulveda Carmona
Dr. Fransje Hooimeijer
Dr. Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin
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