This video presents the full talk Natalie Jeremijenko gave on her work and research exploring strategies and civic actions for producing a healthy urban environmental commons. Here, Jeremijenko details how basic actions in urban space can dramatically reform both natural and city infrastructure systems. She also explains her various projects, including the work of the Environmental Health Clinic at New York University, such as the FARMacy urban agriculture initiative; the Cross(x)Species Adventure Club for exploring a biodiverse and tasty future; OOZ; BiodiverCity; and also a personal training program that she designed to improve personal and environmental health.
Director: Benjamin Kahlmeyer. DOP: Max v. Matthiessen. Sound: Niklas Olscha. Editor: Ramona Schopinski. Assistant Editor: Rebekka Meßner. Producer: Johannes v. Liebenstein. Film production: Lovestone Film. Music provided by: Mona Davis Beat. © 2012 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
Date added: Aug 8
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