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Evaporation ponds, Salar de Atacama, Chile

We ask how do we even approach thinking about our condition of ecological and climate emergency when many of our very categories and concepts for thinking environmentally emerged through practices of colonial geopolitical violence and exploitation?

Whilst all programmes and studios within the School confront the realities of a changing environment, the research of the Climate Justice group includes work on forensic environmental analysis, environmental law, rights of future generations, the potential for organising the spatial demands associated with climate justice demands within the emerging Green New Deal debates and plans, and understanding and representing the complex and changing environments of the capitalocene and the role that architectural and urban thinking might play in shaping processes of environmental change organised around demands for an ecocide law and a process of restorative and regenerative environmental justice.


Imani Jacqueline Brown

Associate lecturer