Climate Change, Adaptation and Eco-Art in Singapore

TitleClimate Change, Adaptation and Eco-Art in Singapore
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsGuy, S., V. Henshaw, and O. Heidrich
Journal TitleJournal of Environmental Planning and Management
Volume58
Start Page39
Issue1
Pagination39 - 54
Keywordsadaptation, climate change, eco-art, singapore
Abstract

Eco-Art has recently emerged as a potential means to place emphasis on environmental issues such as climate change, recycling and the metabolism of the city experienced both materially and conceptually within local, regional and global contexts. Such art presents the possibility of shaping civic practices in arenas beyond those of traditional planning domains. Adopting a pragmatic approach, which recognises the contextual pluralism that exists in debates regarding climate change, this paper is interested in how Eco-Art projects encourage the reimagining of urban spaces within the context of sustainability, and flows of materials and the recycling of plastic in art specifically.

DOI10.1080/09640568.2013.839446
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Newcastle

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Cities and Coasts