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  • May 27, 2020

    Announcing: Contributing Editor, Amy Haigh

    We are very pleased to welcome Amy Haigh to the Expanded Environment team. Over the next several weeks we will be treated by presentations of Amy’s artistic explorations into animal worlds and musings on cross-species interactions. Amy Haigh is a London-based artist/designer fascinated by the concept of consciousness and shared realities between living beings. Her […]

  • May 7, 2020

    Insect Homes

    In the face of global pandemic it would appear that the health of our ecosystems, biodiversity and particularly our insect life is more important than ever. This post from 2014 is a reminder of just how simple, and fun creating a little extra biodiversity can be - especially for kids! Check out the links below for additional information on the design and construction of insect homes....

  • August 14, 2019

    Cities, Semantics & Approaches to ‘WILD’

    Meanings of WILD transmitted through languages have direct implications on how we plan our cities....

  • January 24, 2019

    Other Coworkers: Animals in the Workplace

    History would suggest that a coworking relationship between humans and nonhumans is rarely equal and is typically characterized by subjugation, sadness, and a controlled population expansion of “useful” species. GBHB demonstrates that another more equitable, more beneficial, more respectful cross-species coworking environment is possible....

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