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This conversation is part of the Climax Change! Series, curated and hosted by Pedro Gadanho, in the context of his book Climax Change! How architecture must transform in the age of ecological emergency, published by Actar Publishers.



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This series has been produced and edited by Candela De Bortoli.

From Nature to the Built Environment

Steven Vogel is a philosopher, a professor at Denison University, and the author of the book Thinking like a Mall. In this video he discusses an alternative take on our concept of nature and what it encompasses. He talks about our role as agents against climate change and the need to change the view that the decision-making processes are limited to a few. He calls for a recognition of the ways in which humans transform the environment, claiming that there is a need to take responsibility in order to prevent a world in which we can’t live in.

This conversation is part of the Climax Change! Series, curated and hosted by Pedro Gadanho, in the context of his book Climax Change! How architecture must transform in the age of ecological emergency, published by Actar Publishers.



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urbanNext (April 19, 2024) From Nature to the Built Environment. Retrieved from https://urbannext.net/from-nature-to-the-built-environment/.
From Nature to the Built Environment.” urbanNext – April 19, 2024, https://urbannext.net/from-nature-to-the-built-environment/
urbanNext May 30, 2023 From Nature to the Built Environment., viewed April 19, 2024,<https://urbannext.net/from-nature-to-the-built-environment/>
urbanNext – From Nature to the Built Environment. [Internet]. [Accessed April 19, 2024]. Available from: https://urbannext.net/from-nature-to-the-built-environment/
From Nature to the Built Environment.” urbanNext – Accessed April 19, 2024. https://urbannext.net/from-nature-to-the-built-environment/
From Nature to the Built Environment.” urbanNext [Online]. Available: https://urbannext.net/from-nature-to-the-built-environment/. [Accessed: April 19, 2024]

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