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  1. ‘Real-Time’ Air Quality Channels: A Technology Review of Emerging Environmental Alert Systems.Kayla Schulte - 2022 - Big Data and Society 9 (1).
    Poor air quality is a pressing global challenge contributing to adverse health impacts around the world. In the past decade, there has been a rapid proliferation of air quality information delivered via sensors, apps, websites or other media channels in near real-time and at increasingly localized geographic scales. This paper explores the growing emphasis on self-monitoring and digital platforms to supply informational interventions for reducing pollution exposures and improving health outcomes at the individual level. It presents a technological case study (...)
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  • Reforesting Native America with Drones: Rooting Carbon with Arborescent Governmentality and Decolonial Geoengineering.Adam Fish - forthcoming - Theory, Culture and Society:026327642210968.
    The Confederated Colville Tribes collaborated with DroneSeed, a forestry drone start-up, to use drones to replant their tribal forest after a devastating fire. Using concepts from Bernard Stiegler to interrogate ethnographic data, this article argues that forestry drones are pharmaka: their biopolitics can be therapeutic, that is, negentropic, capable of reversing ecological simplification. Drone forestry is a type of arborescent governmentality, a tree-based computer-coded attempt to control the growth of a forest. For the Colville, this negentropy is also an act (...)
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