Corrumpalism Ecoagnosy Ecoretrogression Ecoevil Endemophilia Eutierria Ghedeist Ghehds Global dread Memerosity Meteoranxiety Psychoterratic Solastalgia Soliphilia Sumbiography Sumbiocentrc Sumbiocentrism Sumbiocracy, Sumbiocriticism Sumboikos Sumbiovore, Sumbiotarian, Sumbioculture Sumbiology Sumbiologist Sumbiophilia Sumbiopolis Sumbiosic, Sumbiosic development, sumbiosity Symbiocene (The) Sumbioism, Symbioist Symbioment symbiomimicry Terranascia, Terraphthora, Terrafurie Tierracide Tierratrauma Topoaversion Topophobia Topopinia TinpanyRead More Glossary of Psychoterratic Terms (Wordpress Links).
The political and policy realms will also have to be revolutionised by sumbiocentric thinking. The model for social and political systems is not Nature in general, it is life and how life is possible (and desirable) within the matrix of an ethically indifferent Nature. From this point onwards, there is nothing to stop this new […]Read More Sumbioism and Sumbioist
That moment when you experience sudden and traumatic environmental change … your favourite tree being cut down, your forest has just died of heat stress, a wild fire is consuming your landscape, the bulldozer is demolishing your loved streetscape or you witness an oil spill that smothers all life on ‘your’ beach. This is not […]Read More Tierratrauma
Cities, as they are currently configured, owe their existence on globalized gigantism supported by the carbon intensive global transport of goods by aircraft and shipping. Symbiocene planners agree with Bill Rees in seeing cities as “entropic black holes” (Rees 1997) defying all superficial attempts at pseudo-sustainability with their ‘green walls’. We will need to exit […]Read More Sumbiopolis
A ‘sumbiography’ is the term I use to explain the cumulative influences on my life, from childhood to adulthood, that have culminated in my views on the relationship between humans, other forms of life and nature. This term is derived from the Greek sumbiosis (companionship), sumbion (to live together) sumbios (living together) and, of course, […]Read More Sumbiography