Climate Calescence: An increasingly warm climate. To be distinguished from a changing climate or a cooling climate. From: calescence, an increasing heat, C19 from Latin calēscere to grow warm and, calēre to be warm.
A form of social, cultural and literary criticism that evaluates all forms of creative endeavour from the perspective of: The degree of interconnectedness between the social world and the biological and ecological systems that support it The level of awareness of the forms symbiotic 'living together' between different types of beings on this planet The ability … Continue reading Sumbiocriticism
Cognalgia = pain or distress in the mind caused by conceptual overload or the complete disruption of all previous forms of cognition-as-usual. From Latin cognitiō, cognitiōn-, from cognitus, past participle of cognōscere, to learn and algia = pain.
The Koala and a native sense of place: the urgent need for a distinctively Australian environmental ethic (Written in the year 2000 for a QLD Koala Conference; 17 years later, nothing has changed. See: The Guardian: Jan 16 2017, Koalas are at the centre of a perfect storm, the species is slipping away . Abstract … Continue reading Koalas: A Retrospective