The Center for Environmental Studies at Rice University, Houston-based Literal Publishing, and Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) continue to produce their conversation series: Planet Now! / Planeta herido: una conversación. The series features interviews to Latin American writers, artists and activists, in Spanish, which are then transcribed, translated, and presented with English subtitles added. The goal of this series is to give visibility in the US to the Latin American environmental production, which would otherwise be unnoticed within an American audience. And it seeks to foster collaboration and public dialogue about environmental issues and promote equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in just environmental practices. You can check out the conversation with Mexican artist Verónica Gerber Bicecci in the video linked above.