Another Escape – Volume 13

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Another Escape Volume 13 (the Belonging Volume) is available now on loremnotipsum.com and takes a planetary perspective to reflect on the significance of our existence and that of the intricate network of ecosystems we inhabit.

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Another Escape Volume 13 (the Belonging Volume) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Nature is our home. Our biotic community comprises a wealth of species all interconnected and interdependent on one another, flourishing in a rich tapestry of life that spans the planet. For millions of years, we evolved in complete connection with the world around us. But sadly, many of us today are experiencing a crisis of belonging and feel distant from the natural world.

This volume takes a planetary perspective to reflect on the significance of our existence and that of the intricate network of ecosystems we inhabit. It explores how intimate knowledge of nature can enable us to feel at home outdoors, and how finding wonder in our everyday lives can profoundly impact our worldview. It listens to the voices of the younger generation and ruminates on the concept of intergenerational equity, and it hears stories of collective action to tackle some of today’s most pressing issues. It inspires us to humbly step back from our anthropogenic view on the world so we may find belonging in nature and come home to ourselves.

Another Escape is an independently published bi-annually magazine. We are inspired by individuals being creatively ambitious and inquisitively investigating what inspires and excites them. We all get those moments in life when we experience, if only for a second, something that utterly inspires us; we want to be a musician, a dancer, a bee keeper, a circus performer. It may be the overwhelming desire to collect new experiences, travel, or learn a new skill or language. We can take away from these energetic individuals fuel for our own motivation, and Another Escape looks to tap and bottle this invigorating subject matter, and subsequently encourage others to actively explore their own aspirations. We are big fans of the printed word (and image), and wanted to create a well designed tactile object that could slot onto your bookcase, sit on the coffee table or be slung into a rucksack.

This volume includes

Rekindling our innate connection to the earth and finding a deep sense of belonging

How intimate knowledge of nature can enable us to feel at home outdoors

Preserving edible plant varieties and working towards food and seed sovereignty

Questioning the concept of land ownership in the face of climate breakdown and ecological collapse

The importance of awe-inspiring experiences and planetary perspective in building a regenerative future for both people and planet

In a changing world, is there the need to reconsider the concept of “belonging” in nature?

From childhood curiosity to remarkable works of art that celebrate Sweden’s natural systems

The meticulous process of creating a great axe and how craftsmanship can influence your perspective on the world

Supporting the ecological recovery of one of the planet’s most threatened marine ecosystems, the Baltic Sea

Finding calm and quiet corners – rofyllda platser – in the Swedish outdoors

Details: Another Escape – Volume 13

160 inside pages, 200 x 265 mm, 300 gsm matte laminate cover, 120gsm inside pages, Printed on Edixion Challenger FSC, Euro Eco-label paper.

Another Escape Volume 13 (the Belonging Volume) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Nature is our home. Our biotic community comprises a wealth of species all interconnected and interdependent on one another, flourishing in a rich tapestry of life that spans the planet. For millions of years, we evolved in complete connection with the world around us. But sadly, many of us today are experiencing a crisis of belonging and feel distant from the natural world.

This volume takes a planetary perspective to reflect on the significance of our existence and that of the intricate network of ecosystems we inhabit. It explores how intimate knowledge of nature can enable us to feel at home outdoors, and how finding wonder in our everyday lives can profoundly impact our worldview. It listens to the voices of the younger generation and ruminates on the concept of intergenerational equity, and it hears stories of collective action to tackle some of today’s most pressing issues. It inspires us to humbly step back from our anthropogenic view on the world so we may find belonging in nature and come home to ourselves.

Another Escape is an independently published bi-annually magazine. We are inspired by individuals being creatively ambitious and inquisitively investigating what inspires and excites them. We all get those moments in life when we experience, if only for a second, something that utterly inspires us; we want to be a musician, a dancer, a bee keeper, a circus performer. It may be the overwhelming desire to collect new experiences, travel, or learn a new skill or language. We can take away from these energetic individuals fuel for our own motivation, and Another Escape looks to tap and bottle this invigorating subject matter, and subsequently encourage others to actively explore their own aspirations. We are big fans of the printed word (and image), and wanted to create a well designed tactile object that could slot onto your bookcase, sit on the coffee table or be slung into a rucksack.

This volume includes

Rekindling our innate connection to the earth and finding a deep sense of belonging

How intimate knowledge of nature can enable us to feel at home outdoors

Preserving edible plant varieties and working towards food and seed sovereignty

Questioning the concept of land ownership in the face of climate breakdown and ecological collapse

The importance of awe-inspiring experiences and planetary perspective in building a regenerative future for both people and planet

In a changing world, is there the need to reconsider the concept of “belonging” in nature?

From childhood curiosity to remarkable works of art that celebrate Sweden’s natural systems

The meticulous process of creating a great axe and how craftsmanship can influence your perspective on the world

Supporting the ecological recovery of one of the planet’s most threatened marine ecosystems, the Baltic Sea

Finding calm and quiet corners – rofyllda platser – in the Swedish outdoors

Details: Another Escape – Volume 13

160 inside pages, 200 x 265 mm, 300 gsm matte laminate cover, 120gsm inside pages, Printed on Edixion Challenger FSC, Euro Eco-label paper.

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