Invading the Skin of the Earth: SOIL

An evening using archival films looking back at crofting and farming in Scotland to frame a discussion about the future of farming, extractivism and agroecology. With Geoff Squire (James Hutton Institute) and Zarina Ahmad, environmentalist / climate change trainer and communicator at CEMVO Scotland). Thursday, 23 January 2020, 6pm – 8:30pm Andalus, New City Road, Glasgow, […]

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Invading the Skin of the Earth: COAL

An evening using archival films looking back at coal mining in Scotland and the UK to frame a discussion about the impact of coal industries and extractivism on communities & the environment today. Drinks and snacks provided. With Mike Small (Bella Caledonia, Enough!), Dr Maria Antonia Velez Serna (Communications, Media and Culture, University of Stirling) […]

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Like Leaves We Fall

  Tickets are now available at https://likeleaveswefall.bpt.me The full programme is available here.   Contributors: Sapna Agarwal, Ali Fleabite, Alvaro Huertas, Nayab Khalid, Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte, Annie Lord, Jonathon Shafi, Joyous Choir, World Spirit Theatre Event synopsis: How do we create a hospitable environment within a hostile environment? With the uncertainties of Brexit, we are falling […]

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Film footage: Jem Bendell and Gehan Macleod

On the 21st of September 2019, Enough! hosted, in collaboration with Bella Caledonia and the Centre for Human Ecology, the event Deep Adaptation, Deep Solidarity in the Scottish Youth Theatre in Glasgow to explore the following questions: What does climate breakdown mean for us in practice? How do our lives need to change to respond […]

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