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HazTrav Publications

The HazTrav team has released several publications over the past few years. Click here to find out more!

Hazardous Hope

Exploring New Ways of Narrating Toxic Bodies and Landscapes.

Toxic Commons

Toxic commons is a platform through which we collaborate with artistis. Jointly we produce texts, create exhibitions, organize public programs and act as a body of research in and around toxic dissemination and the environmental injustice inherent to it.

Redistribute Toxicity

Art installation by Jonas Staal (Artist), Caroline Ektander (Curator) and Jonas Stuck (Hazardous Travels), showcased at Savvy Contemporary Berlin.

HazTrav at WCEH 2019

The HazTrav Team had a great time at the 3rd World Congress of Environmental History in Florianópolis, Brasil — and even took a prize home!

Campaigning against the Hazardous Waste Economy

Andreas Graf von Bernstorff visited the RCC to talk about his activism and work with the global toxic waste trade.

Forest Curriculum

Jonas Stuck taught at the Forest Curriculum Summer School in Bangok.

Writing for Change

Dr. Simone M. Müller (Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, LMU Munich), Jun.-Prof. Dr. Evi Zemanek (German Studies, University of Freiburg) organized a workshop "Writing for Change: Environmental Journalism Then and Now" at the Center for Advanced Studies, LMU Munich.

The Chevron Case and Human Rights in the Amazon

The HazTrav Team hosted the Ecuadorian activist and lawyer Pablo Fajardo at the Rachel Carson Center for a thrilling roundtable discussion. Find find out more about his fight for environmental justice!

Hazardous Time-Scapes

In collaboration with Deadly Dreams Network, Hazardous Travels organized a workshop to explore how to make sense of toxic landscapes from multiple timed, spaced, and embodied perspectives.

Environmental Justice in the Amazon

Maximilian Feichtner (member of the "Hazardous Travels" research Group at the Rachel Carson Center) and Christian Lahnstein (former Munich Re) talked about the issue of Environmental Justice in Ecuador at the 11th Münchner Klimaherbst