We are pleased to announce our contribution to this volume from Routledge, which covers recent developments around the world with contributors from 33 different countries.
A journey between Japan and Korea in these times, means government health checkpoints, special bullet trains, hazmat teams, and disinfectant baths. Through it all, different ways of viewing ourselves, our cities, and viruses, become clear.
With only a few weeks to work, we tried to turn vacant urban land into a pocket park that would make Masanobu Fukuoka and Patrick Geddes proud. Here is the short story of how it happened.
In this time of slowness, natural farmers in Japan’s countryside remind us that everyone has the ability to listen to nature. But can city dwellers really learn?
Photographs, inspiring interviews, and lessons in sustainability. This book is a treasure of beautiful messages from farmers to urban-dwellers, about how we can re-kindle our relationship with the environment.