Storytelling depends upon the pragmatics of communication inherent in a conversation: the ball gets hit back and forth across the net

In Seeing Like a State (1998), James C. Scott outlines a faith-based, uncritical, high-modernist ideology which gave rise to historic twentieth-century disasters

‘All good theatre’: Niagara-on-the-Lake council defers speaking to Bill 23: Councillor’s motion deferred until Dec. 20 council meeting – Dec. 16, 2022, Hamilton Spectator

In The Soundscape: Our Environment and the Tuning of the World (1977, 1994), R. Murray Schafer devotes a chapter to Silence

Silence and frame analysis: Whatever we talk about, what is left out is a key consideration

Submission from Association of Municipalities Ontario regarding Bill 23: ‘The legislation will create serious risks to the environment and human health at a time when the impacts of climate change are evident and urgent’

Announcement: CreativeHub 1352 in Mississauga names new Executive Director

The Death of Nature (1980) and The Culture of Nature (1991) offer complementary ways to look at nature

Carolyn Merchant (1980) outlines how Francis Bacon (1561-1626) fashioned a new ethic sanctioning the exploitation of nature