Infrastructural Nature

August 22nd, 2019

Green infrastructures intend to respond to the climatic and environmental challenges of the Anthropocene. But which landscapes are considered worthy of protection and on what grounds?

Shifting Regimes of Valuing Delta Wetlands – An Anthropocene Parable of Loss and Protection

The term “green infrastructures” denotes an approach to water management that is not only geared towards regionalized risk mitigation, but also encompasses environmental restoration. But what is deemed as “acceptable loss” and what is regarded as a “natural asset”? In other words, how is valuation assigned to nature?