Next Generation Civilization Kit 2.0 – 2020 Shea Parametric Ideation Contest. Let’s go parametric To share To share Facebook civilization-kit-sheas-parametric-ideation-competition-2020&via=archdaily”> Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or Call for ideas: Parametric design competition Cities are home to over 50% of the world’s population, which is made up of around seven billionRead More →

Archaeologists have taken a leap forward with lidar sensors to unlock hidden settlements buried in dense jungle vegetation. Key points to remember Dense vegetation covered thousands of structures and blocked understanding of the Mayan civilization. Lidar imagery has revealed additional structures and clues about the sophistication and scale of theRead More →

While human civilization has developed in many places around the world, it first appeared thousands of years ago in the ancient Middle East. “We see the first cities, the first scriptures and the first technologies to originate in Mesopotamia,” says Kelly-Anne Diamond, visiting assistant professor of history at the UniversityRead More →

Previously published in Spanish in La Jornada, September 22, 2020 | Victor M. Toledo Translated by Jane K. Brundage “The world is at a most dangerous time in human history,” says Noam Chomsky, a leading American intellectual. His statement could not be more daring. Today, in addition to the globalRead More →