Digital nature used to be frowned upon, but the pandemic has shown that experiences of nature via a screen can play an important role in stress reduction. My 2013 book 'Technobiophilia: Nature and Cyberspace' explored the reasons behind this apparently contradictory effect, and in this talk I will revisit and discuss them.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nature-Wellbeing-Digital-Age-without-ebook/dp/B06XS85C26/ref=tmm_kin_title_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1524839204&sr=8-1 "Full of great tips and activities for taking care of ourselves online and offline." I'm pleased to be invited to speak at the next New Dawn Discussion. 12 noon BST Monday 18 May 2020 online. The New Dawn discussions are organised by Deborah Mendes for like-minded people to discuss how we can move into … Continue reading New Dawn Discussion, Mon 18 May 2020
I was interviewed by Nathalie Nahai for The Hive Podcast yesterday. Nathalie is interested in 'our relationship with technology, one another and the natural world', so we have a lot in common. Our conversation ranged far and wide from the ancient past to the Industrial Revolution, the evolution of humanity's interactions with nature, and the … Continue reading The Hive Podcast discusses technobiophilia