More-than-human city region foresight: multispecies entanglements in regional governance and planning
Find out what threatened plants and animals live in your electorate (and what your MP can do about it)
Plant(e)tecture: Towards a MulXspecies Media Architecture Framework for amplifying Plant Agencies
A post-capitalocentric critique of digital technology and environmental harm: new directions at the intersection of digital and green criminology
DIY & More-than-Human Media Architecture - Allegories, Entanglements and Speculative Practice: Conference Workshop Proceedings
Pandemic, Floods, and Bushfires: A Cli-Fi Trilogy across the Utopia-Dystopia Continuum
Designing Slow Cities for More Than Human Enrichment: Dog Tales-Using Narrative Methods to Understand Co-Performative Place-Making
Turner, Jane, Morrison, Ann (2021) Designing Slow Cities for More Than Human Enrichment: Dog Tales-Using Narrative Methods to Understand Co-Performative Place-Making Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 5 (1), pp.Article number: 11-12.
Speculative tales: world-building methodologies for more-than-humans as story makers
TransHuman Saunter: Multispecies Techno-Entanglements in the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens
IXD for the Planet: Interaction Design projects in sustainability and the environment
Non-human Personas: Including Nature in the Participatory Design of Smart Cities
Transitioning towards Sustainable Futures: More than human futures: Data Wall Exhibition
Turner, Jane, Seevinck, Jen, Krauth, Alinta, Tweeddale, Anna, Sheikh, Hira, Gonsalves, Kavita, Armstrong, Keith, Pedersen, Courtney, Haynes, Rachael, King-Smith, Leah, et al. (2021) Transitioning towards Sustainable Futures: More than human futures: Data Wall Exhibition Transitioning towards Sustainable Futures: School of Design Inaugural Learning & Teaching Symposium in cooperation with QUT Design Lab & More-than-Human Futures Research Group.
A more-than-human perspective on understanding the performance of the built environment
A capitalocentric review of technology for sustainable development: The Case for more-than-human design
Mozzies in your backyard: Friends or Foe?: Four projects engaging citizens through surveillance and education
More-than-human participation: design for sustainable smart city futures
Digital cities #11: Communities and technologies for more-than-human futures
Can cities become smart without being sustainable? A systematic review of the literature
Yigitcanlar, Tan, Kamruzzaman, Md, Foth, Marcus, Sabatini Marques, Jamile, da Costa, Eduardo Moreira, Ioppolo, Giuseppe (2019) Can cities become smart without being sustainable? A systematic review of the literature Sustainable Cities and Society, 45, pp.348-365.
Towards post-anthropocentric cities: Reconceptualizing smart cities to evade urban ecocide
Designing smart for sustainable communities: Reflecting on the role of HCI for addressing the sustainable development goals
Fredericks, Joel, Parker, Callum, Caldwell, Glenda, Foth, Marcus, Davis, Hilary, Tomitsch, Martin, Lugmayr, Artur, Masek, Martin, Reynolds, Mark, Brereton, Margot, et al. (2019) Designing smart for sustainable communities: Reflecting on the role of HCI for addressing the sustainable development goals OZCHI'19: Proceedings of the 31st Australian Conference on Human-Computer-Interaction, ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, pp.12-15.
Mozzie Science, Art +Tech 4Kids!: Science engagement for school children and communities, activating us to address the dangers of mosquito borne diseases
Avoiding ecocidal smart cities: Participatory design for more-than-human futures
Heitlinger, Sara, Foth, Marcus, Clarke, Rachel, DiSalvo, Carl, Light, Ann, Forlano, Laura (2018) Avoiding ecocidal smart cities: Participatory design for more-than-human futures 15th Participatory Design Conference: Short Papers, Situated Actions, Workshops and Tutorial, pp.Article-51.