- 136 pages
- 24cm x 17cm
- Published in London, 2020
Where the Leaves Fall explores the relationship between people and nature, telling global stories from a local perspective.
In this issue:
- How ice, traditionally a symbol of eternity and stasis, has become a metaphor for change and decay in contemporary art
- John Francis Serwanga, the World Food Programme’s hydroponics expert, on how modern agricultural techniques are transforming school gardens in Zambia
- Science writer Jo Marchant on astronauts, space, and the great unknown
Like what you see? Issue 2, Issue 3 and Issue 4 of Where the Leaves Fall are also available in the Stack shop.