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Ecology

The greater forest biotope of interdependent species

John W. Reid, Thomas E. Lovejoy: Ever Green: Saving Big Forests to Save the Planet

Nature: What about the world's last five megaforests and the people who live in them? The intact forest landscapes are of inestimable importance for the climate.

Thinking about the planet

Anders Dunkers: Thinking about the planet

ECOLOGY: With the planet as an anchor point, various themes are highlighted here – growth and non-growth, the anthropocene and our understanding of nature, tipping points, disasters and possible futures, geoengineering, fabulous animals and biopolitics.

To cultivate soil health

Marit Bendz, Oddleiv Apneseth: Happy animals and living soil

ECOLOGY: Marit Bendz has met gardeners, agronomists, farmers and enthusiasts who in various ways run an agriculture contrary to government recommendations.

Ethics in the time of the climate crisis

Arne Johan Vetlesen, Jan-Olav Henriksen: Ethics in the time of the climate crisis

ECOLOGY: Despite this book's general critique of anthropocentrism, one could go even further in practicing an ecocentric ethic.

Self-sufficient, financially sustainable community with low cost of living

Frederica Miller ,: Ecovillages around the world: 20 regenerative designs for sustainable communities

ECOVILLAGE: Communal house, own organic farming, a professionally run livestock farm, various network models in permaculture and economics.

Organic villages

ECO-COMMUNITY: Updated by the «war in Europe» (Ukraine), European countries today are forced to increase the speed of development of renewable energy – as with solar heating and wind turbines.

Challenging climate sobriety

Holly Jean: Ending Fossil Fuels: Why Not Zero Is Not Enough

ECOLOGY: We need such voices as Holly Jean Buck, who criticizes wishful thinking – precisely to help promote a hopeful, serious and long-lasting climate fight, beyond all easy optimism.

Ecology is playfully serious

Timothy Morton: All Art is Ecological

ECOLOGY: Penguins' newly launched green series presents old and new books that change the way we think and talk about the living earth. You are in the age of mass extinction, but the philosopher Martin Heidegger brings us here on the trail of what we need.

The battle is between carbo-fascism and eco-socialism

Marc Alizart: The Climate Coup

CARBON FASCISM: Climate change facilitates economic speculation and political positioning. Against corruption, we must prepare not only for a state of emergency, but for a climate war against declared enemies, writes Marc Alizart.

When nature abuse becomes normal

Nina Ossavy, Marius Kolbeinstvedt: True to Nature Edited

ECOLOGY: Naturtro opens with a journey through a Norway that has been taken over by wind farms and salmon farms. Has the weathering of nature become a normalized violence – in line with the logic of colonialism?

Our own basis of life

PICTURE ART: Is art that takes a value position marginalized? The artist duo Book and Hedén's exhibition Real Adventures has a no-bullshit filter that is a rarity in the Norwegian art world.

Motorized winter hunting on the Hardangervidda – barbaric animal cruelty

CHRONICLE: The Norwegian Environmental Protection Association and Dyrenes Rett notify notification if the Norwegian Food Safety Authority and the Norwegian Environment Agency initiate motorized winter hunting on the Hardangervidda.