Seawall and the Silent Tide – ASHRY SALLATU / Illustration by Axelle Van Wynsberghe

Illustration by Axelle Van Wynsberghe Seawall and the Silent Tide Ashry Sallatu Abstract In this paper, I would like to share the story of the development of seawall infrastructure in Wakatobi, Indonesia, a top tourism destination and national park. The story of the seawall caught my attention because when I first arrived in Wakatobi for

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What we can learn from Ubuntu, Buen Vivir and Happiness on harmony with Nature – DR. DORINE VAN NORREN / Illustration by Iris Relinde

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Greening Casablanca: is urban sustainability just another word for gentrification? – CRISTIANA STRAVA/ Illustration by Margherita Miani

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Who owns the wind? Pathways to reconnect communities with wind energy in the Netherlands – DINY VAN EST, ANNE MARIEKE SCHWENCKE, NOUD SLEUMER / Illustration by Studio Sonsuz

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How a black bean burger can be the bridge between food poverty and sustainability; An applied anthropological view on an organization that creates impact through food in the sustainability space – LIN VISSER AND SANNI OVERWEG / Illustration by Studio Sonsuz

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Seniors at the Farmers’ Market – The elders as agents of the fair’s spirit – FLORIN DUMITRESCU / Illustration by Alexandra Cărăvan

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Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Professional Circus – RUI LEITÃO / Illustration by Patrícia Palma

Illustration by Patrícia Palma Social inclusion of people with disabilities in professional circus Rui Leitão Abstract Inclusion is a topic that is increasingly being debated and transformed. Performing arts are not out of this equation and tend more and more to look at the issue and create new opportunities for those who are often left

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The Kids Are Alright. Are They? Exploring the Intersection of Climate Change Education, Sustainability, and Policy Design for Empowering Youth – ALEXANDRA CIOCĂNEL & ANDRADA ISTRATE / Illustration by Melinda Ureczki Lázár

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Sexuality and Public Order: Navigating Mononormativity in Contemporary Brazil – PABLO PÉREZ NAVARRO / Illustration by Patrícia Palma

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