It is invisible climatic threats that are causing visible and tangible alterations to the living space that surrounds us. The term 'Anthropocene', introduced by Paul J. Crutzen, makes tangible the reciprocal relation between impacts and consequences of human recourse to terrestrial resources: none other than humans cause such cuts in the cycle of nature. But how does anthropogenic environmental impact change the appearance and understanding of the living space? What responses of organisms to rapid change are already apparent? What is 'living space' when this space is threatened, threatened to disappear, and survive in it becomes almost impossible in the future?
1. WELCOME: 19.00 h
2. IMPULSES: 19.15 h
3. POETRY SLAM INTERLUDE: 20.00 h
FINALE: 20.30 h
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