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Blog post by LUMES student Lauren Tropeano: There’s more than just dirt beneath the lush lawns

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In the LUMES course, political ecology, one of the assignments is to write a blog post on the theme ‘everyday political ecology’. In collaboration with the blog Undisciplined Environments, a mini-series of selected essays are now being published. First out is Lauren Tropeano, with the blog post: There’s more than just dirt beneath the lush lawns

Read the blog post "There’s more than just dirt beneath the lush lawns"

Visit the blog Undisciplined Environments

Lauren Tropeano hails from southern Australia and is currently a student of Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science (the LUMES program) at Lund University.