This talk explores the material, environmental, social, economic, political, meteorological, and cultural politics of sand. Sand provides a tangible framework to help contextualise the enormity of the complex and intertwined social and environmental justice issues that our world is facing. Sand is inextricable from human development, civilization, and technological progress — understanding our relationships with sand can help develop pathways to a more just and sustainable future.
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