Spring 2023

Hydroecological Landscapes: Water, Soil, and Climate Resilience in the Furttal ValleyViviane Viniarski, Sonia Simone, and Dylan Torri

The destruction of wetlands, the frenetic expansion of agriculture, and the growth of cities have led us to question the progress made by our civilization in recent centuries. The current state of freshwater is of paramount importance and signals the need to change the way we treat the resources that we rely upon. As one of the principal activities that consume water, the responsibility of agriculture in this scenario is opening new debates on the soil-water fabric, a key to improving alternative practices that can regenerate and restore human and non-human relationships.