Do my actions actually make a difference or are we just doomed to go extinct anyway and should we not bother anymore?
This fall at SG, we’re going to find out what the world would look like if women had the power. We’re going to erase the dominant patriarchal perspective for a moment and substitute it with an alternate reality. What would it look like if the tables were turned?
Introducing The Nook: our new interactive event space in the TUD Library.
For this year’s Keti Koti, commemorating the abolition of slavery, join the societal debate: are apologies enough, or should we pay financial compensation?
You are invited to come speak to the jellyfish, to touch its smooth surface, to ask it questions. Thursday, 4pm, the Library.
‘Honestly, I just thought it was a cool project when I read the article. Not for a moment did I recognize the frame of white saviours,’ says Silke, a master’s student Industrial Ecology. Her comment opens our brainstorm.
Researchers and staff from the TU Delft are dragging a virtual jellyfish out of an ocean of data. But why? Can humans understand what it says? Will it speak at all?
Find out how TU Delft Sustainability Coordinator Andy van den Dobbelsteen navigates the challenges of being a scientist and an activist in the middle of a climate crisis.
I’ll get straight to the point: as a city dweller, I don’t have much of a connection with trees. And especially not when there are a lot of them together.
Why are we afraid? A simple question, but the answer is – as is often the case with philosophers – not so simple.