CLIMAVORE asks how do we eat as humans change climates?
CLIMAVORE recognises that new ‘seasons’ are emerging: periods of polluted oceans, soil exhaustion, subsidence, pandemics, or drought are almost more present than summer, autumn, winter and spring.
CLIMAVORE collaborates with experts in ecology, marine biology, agronomy, nutrition, and engineering among others.
CLIMAVORE proposes a flexible form of eating, shifting for instance to drought resistant crops in a period of water scarcity or filter feeders during times of polluted waters.
The CLIMAVORE Station is the international hub for CLIMAVORE. Based on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, its vision grew out of the On Tidal Zones project. Focusing on the polluted oceans season, the CLIMAVORE Station is currently running three strands of activities: LEARNING, RESEARCH and BUILDING.