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Tania Kovats and Jonathan Dove for ArtCOP21
Jarvis Cocker does Disko Bay
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Marfa Dialogues: Art and Environmental Activism panel discussion, part of Cape Farewell’s Carbon13 exhibition at Ballroom Marfa, Texas. Photo: Lesley Brown.
Lecturer in Ocean and Earth Science at the University of Southampton
Farmer, wine producer and supporter of the arts
Social, critical, feminist and qualitative psychologist and Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the UK Open University
New research on island fishermens’ relationship to the sea suggests cultural roots to the ‘Sound Of Barra’ dispute, in t... ›
Today you will have almost certainly inhaled an atom of carbon exhaled by Julius Caesar, when he uttered the question 'E... ›
An online poetry project for young writers developed by Cape Farewell, in partnership with The Poetry Society
Introducing the third of our Lovelock Art Commissions, artists HeHe
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