Adriana Ford #art4wetlands on WetlandLIFE at RamsarCOP13

For World Wetlands Day, Adriana Ford reports on the WetlandLIFE project's side event at the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands in Dubai and how it was received. Highlighting the various contributions (on the Community Voice Method and by two of the artists Victoria Leslie and Kerry Morrison), Adriana goes on to report on the responses from... Continue Reading →

Kerry Morrison #art4wetlands …the way I view mosquitoes

Reflecting on being part of the WetlandLife team and how interdisciplinary working has shifted the way I view mosquitos Kerry Morrison 11.07.18 The interdisciplinary nature of WetlandLIFE The openness and inclusiveness Has broadened my understanding And my views Of wetlands Of mosquitos Information exchanged Put out there Into the group Relating to the collective research... Continue Reading →

Helmut Lemke art#wetlands Thoughts on scientists, artists, collaborations

Helmut Lemke is one of the artists working with the WetlandLIFE project, part of the Valuing Nature Programme. As part of the #art4wetlands leading up to the Ramsar Intergovernmental Convention on Wetlands' COP (Conference of the Parties) we are highlighting the role of artists in environmental research. In this piece Helmut offers his "thoughts on... Continue Reading →

Victoria Leslie #art4wetlands

Victoria Leslie is one of the artists working with the WetlandLIFE project, part of the Valuing Nature Programme. As part of the Ramsar Culture Network and ecoartscotland #art4wetlands story leading up to the Ramsar Intergovernmental Convention on Wetlands' COP (Conference of the Parties) we are highlighting the role of artists in environmental research. In this... Continue Reading →

Tim Acott and Dave Edwards #art4wetlands, a disciplinary dance

As part of the Ramsar Culture Network/ecoartscotland #art4wetlands story Tim Acott (Principal Investigator for WetlandLIFE) and David Edwards (Forest Research) here unpack their thinking behind involving artists in the WetlandLIFE project (part of the Natural Environment Research Council's Valuing Nature Programme). WetlandLIFE is focused on managing mosquitoes and the socio-economic value of wetlands for wellbeing.... Continue Reading →

Sir Peter Scott: the embodiment of art and conservation

As part of the #art4wetlands series the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) have very kindly provided us with the following images and story on their founder, artist and conservationist Sir Peter Scott. Sir Peter epitomises one of the many ways that the power of art can be brought to bear on the challenges of conservation.... Continue Reading →

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