A collaboration with the European Forest Institute exploring how arts- and humanities-based digital methods can be used to understand forest issues and to explore engagement around reforestation. Undertaken as part of the SUPERB project on upscaling forest restoration.
This is an ongoing research project and materials will be listed here when they are available.
- COP27 on Twitter: Forest restoration issues and narratives through hashtags (also cross-posted at EFI blog and Public Data Lab blog)
- What Twitter images tell us about COP27 issues: A focus on the Forests and Climate Leaders’ Partnership and Biodiversity Day (also cross-posted at EFI blog and resilience blog)
- Exploration of forest restoration stories on YouTube
- What can Google Image search results tell us about human-forest relationships?
- Colombo, G., & Gray, J. W. Y. (2023). Un-indexing forest media: Repurposing search query results to reconsider forest-society relations. Cultural Geographies.