Griffith Review 71: Remaking the Balance features essays, reportage, memoir, fiction and poetry that examine our relationship with resources both tangible and intangible, physical and personal.
What we grow, eat, mine, burn, transform and manufacture all place increasing stress on the world's ecosystems. And a planetary population of more than 7.8 billion means resources have never had to do more work, both economically and existentially.
How can we change what we do with what we have?
Work from this edition has been supported by funding from Copyright Agency Cultural Fund and the McLean Foundation.