Ecological Reparation: Land Reparations

February 24, 2023 180 Views

Ecological Reparation 596 subscribers 243 views Premiered on 16 Mar 2022 Ecological Reparation: Land Reparations Sam Siva, from Land In Our Names (LION), in conversation with Maria Puig de la Bellacasa & Dimitris Papadopoulos Sam Siva presents the work of the British Black-led collective Land in our Names (LION) committed to land reparations in Britain by connecting land and climate justice with racial justice. LION aims to disrupt oppressive land dynamics relating to BPOC communities and addresses land justice as a centre point for issues around food insecurity, health inequalities, environmental injustice and access to nature. In the interview, Siva also speaks of the persistent effects of the damages done to people and non-humans through imperialism, colonialism and extractivism and the healing dimensions of LIONs collective work of repair. KEYWORDS Ecology; Ecological Reparation; Healing; Colonialism; Extractivism; Ecological Action; Rebalancing Ecosystem; Land Justice; Food Justice; Therapeutic Farming; Land Stewardship; Ecosystemic Kinship; Redistribution CHANNEL How can ecological thinking and practice enable reparation? How can reparation for damages done be ecological? The channel Ecological Reparation discusses work engaged in remediating and repairing as well as claiming reparations for more than human ecologies. Aspects of this research appear in: Papadopoulos D., Puig de la Bellacasa, M., & Tacchetti, M., (Eds.). (2022). Ecological Reparation. Repair, Remediation and Resurgence in Social and Environmental Conflict. Bristol: Bristol University Press. CREDITS Concept & Production: Dimitris Papadopoulos… Maria Puig de la Bellacasa… Juliana Mainard-Sardon… Giulia Champion… Videography: Gerard Ortín Castellví… Sangbum Ahn Hanna Rullmann WITH SUPPORT OF Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) The Leverhulme Trust Institute for Science and Society, University of Nottingham EcoSocieties interdisciplinary Research Cluster, University of Nottingham… Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick

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