De-Planning Cyprus: A Socio-Ecological Vision

Sadri, H. (Speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk

Description

This project is an attempt to understand the holistic organic co-existence and co-evolution of Cyprus and its inhabitants by reading the ecological and social patterns of life in both temporal and more permanent time frames.

Aiming for resilient co-habitation, this project identifies various possible ways of partnership between the island and the islanders including diverse human and non-human inhabitants .

As an enabler and regenerative project, in addition to a permanent solution for human conflicts, this project tries to restore the modern human's relation with nature. De-planning refers to de-colonising, de-anthropocentrism, and re-indigenisation approach of this project.
Period29 Apr 2021
Held atUniversity College London, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionNational