Conference on urban biodiversity by Joëlle Salomon Cavin (urban agriculture expert)
What is our relationship with the earth today? Whether in art through the exhibition (re)connecting.earth or among city dwellers through the practice of urban gardening, there is a common desire to find a new connection with the earth. Why not listen to what the earth has to say to us?
As part of the (re)connecting.earth exhibition in Geneva, a participatory conference was held on 04.09.2021 with the theme "What can we learn from urban gardens?" together with Joëlle Salomon Cavin.
The main speaker, Joëlle Salomon Cavin, is a geographer, lecturer and researcher at the University of Lausanne and associate researcher at Ladyss (CNRS), whose teaching focuses on territorial politics, introduction to research, urban agriculture and relations between cities and nature.