Regenerative remediated Identities

Short Sharp Science: A New Scientist blog

Sensors measure cow flatulence – for science


By Omar Greene

Like Julie Bargmann’s approach to cut green washing in design because of regulations through  politic. Teagasc, Ireland’s Agricultural and Food Development Authority have found a way to  measure the flatulence in cows to reduce the their greenhouse gas emissions without cutting milk production. Teagasc said that cows and other ruminants gas release contributes to one fifth of global methane.

This creative process helps to engage both communities and organizations in our environmental problems, ads socials infrastructures in aiding with the health and rejuvenation of toxic poisons, educating the re-generational process.

Julie’s work provides a level of honesty and strong design, in terms of scale and what true design is and should be. building solid regenerated ecological systems, rendering transparency of original architecture foundation to make engaging social connections with communities. cuts green washing, curating facts carefully through fiber mediation. visualizing and spaceualizing data.

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2 Responses to Regenerative remediated Identities

  1. Barbara says:

    Omar, your points about social involvement and how this can combine with Bargmann’s concerns (e.,g. recognition of the social and the cultural in the landscape, the faultiness of master plans, liberation of landscape that is already there, etc.) are great points to take up in our discussion today.

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