Category Archives: Ecofeminism

The Neighborhood

“Welcome to Global Warming” say the newspapers as Greece is experiencing one of the most dramatic heatwaves ever. So authorities are telling citizens (and should be telling tourists, too) that certain steps should be taken immediately: avoid every single activity … Continue reading

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Living on an Iceberg

For her role in Fences, Viola Davis won the Oscar for best supporting actress. In her acceptance speech, she spoke of graveyards full of people who had stories yet to be told. Those stories—“the stories of the people who dreamed … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday

One would never know by looking at a peach pit that there’s a tree inside of it. But there is and that’s why I always throw my pits in a pot. As a result, I have a peach tree growing … Continue reading

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The Aspirin Tree

Not far from our house is Villa Ada, the largest park in Rome second only to Villa Pamphili. Located in the north-eastern part of Rome, it has a surface of 180 hectares/450 acres and is covered with vegetation native to … Continue reading

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from my balcony container garden…

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