The Climate Garden 2085 book

This handbook shows how such a public experiment can be implemented. Texts by human geographers, art historians and ecologists are supplemented by a practical guide to creating a climate garden. The aim of the handbook is to support communities and institutions to tell their own story, in order to create personal, emotional connections to the mostly very abstract global climate models.

This full color, hardcover edition is published by Park Books. With contributions by Manuela Dahinden, Katie Horgan, Christoph Küffer, Melanie Paschke, Juanita Schläpfer-Miller, Emily Eliza Scott, and Caroline Wiedmer; and with photographs by Nina Mann. Order here with our contact form.