Because people are not the only ones existing in the world
The voice of Nature
Nature is vital for our life, but it doesn’t have a voice to express itself in our policies. ‘The Parliament of Things‘ is only one way in which people try to offer representation for non-human inhabitants in the decision-making process. Through research, experiments, but also legal procedures they involve the needs of nature in our decision making.
Pollution might be hard to understand in its complexity if you are not face to face with the effects. This is why eco-mapping aims to show people the actual level of their environmental pollution (ex. Air quality) in a way which is easy to visualise and impactful. Any second thoughts on how we interact with the place where we live?