Latest Episodes2021-12-06T05:11:21+00:00

Latest Episodes

Embracing New Narratives with Sundaland, Ecotizens, and Conserve3.

SUNDALAND with Atman

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Once upon a time, there was a landmass shaped like a crocodile foot. Its name was Sundaland and it dwarfed the neighbouring Indian subcontinent. Here, in the birthplace of the Neolithic Revolution 10,000 years ago, rice was first grown, bronze first smelted. So why haven’t you heard of it? The sea swallowed up most of it about 14,000 years ago. Until 1998, Stephen Oppenheimer, suggests that the drowned continent of the Atlantis is probably in Southeast Asia; the South China Sea, the Gulf of Bangkok and the Java Sea were all dry plains connecting Indo-China, Borneo, Sumatra and Java into, one continent.

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ECOTIZENS with Atman

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According to Andrew Dobson, ecological citizenship is centered around an obligation to reduce one’s ecological footprint, an obligation that carries the status of citizenship from the public sphere to the private one. Non-territorial, asymmetrical, non-contractual, and couched in obligation, such ecological citizenship bets its stakes on the embracing of ecological virtues. Those who reside in the regions of greater negative impact on the ecosystem have a greater obligation to reduce their ecological impact. A resident of Bangladesh, for example, has very little to reduce in terms of negative impact and everything to lose from the cumulative effects of North Americans’ life styles and habits of energy consumption.

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