SynopsisFootprints of War explores two antaoginistic logics: one of strength and conflict versus the logic of life and balance. Beyond the physical scars let on a landscape, our planet is confronted by serious side effects of modern warfare that are more than just expensive to clean up.
What does a war mean to our ecosystem and how is the global eco-balance affected? Can a modern war be eco-friendly? What does it mean when a military machinery is put into motion, what resources are needed and how much are used?
A search around the globe and through history: the battlefields of World War I as the birthplaces of modern ecocide.