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Bringing context and critique to the cultural moment. Deep dives, reviews, and debate encouraged.
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"When I think about the grief of the past year, the thought I return to is what all of us organizing and fighting would be doing with ourselves if we had more time."
"When I think about the grief of the past year, the thought I return to is what all of us organizing and fighting would be doing with ourselves if we had more time."
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"The melting of the glacier could result in a 0.5 metre global sea-level rise"
"The melting of the glacier could result in a 0.5 metre global sea-level rise"
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"This article proposes that applying time-related concepts in museum exhibitions and events can contribute constructively to people’s engagement with climate change. Climate change now _...Read More_
"This article proposes that applying time-related concepts in museum exhibitions and events can contribute constructively to people’s engagement with climate change. Climate change now _...Read More_
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The clock is a useful social tool, but it is also deeply political. It benefits some, marginalizes others and blinds us from a true understanding of our own bodies and the world around us.
The clock is a useful social tool, but it is also deeply political. It benefits some, marginalizes others and blinds us from a true understanding of our own bodies and the world around us.
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The economies of G7 nations contracted by about 4.2% on average in the coronavirus pandemic, and the economic losses from the climate crisis by 2050 would be roughly on the scale of suffering a similar crisis twice every year, according to _...Read More_
The economies of G7 nations contracted by about 4.2% on average in the coronavirus pandemic, and the economic losses from the climate crisis by 2050 would be roughly on the scale of suffering a similar crisis twice every year, according to _...Read More_
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>"American culture is becoming more and more preoccupied with nature. What if all the celebrations of the wild world are actually _...Read More_
>"American culture is becoming more and more preoccupied with nature. What if all the celebrations of the wild world are actually _...Read More_
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"The intertwining of the economy and climate change promises to alter the shape of global politics and society for the foreseeable future."
"The intertwining of the economy and climate change promises to alter the shape of global politics and society for the foreseeable future."
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>"Nurturing new ways to visualize the planetary — the embeddedness and codependency of our species with others."
>"Nurturing new ways to visualize the planetary — the embeddedness and codependency of our species with others."
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>"Skiing might seem like a rich person’s hobby, but it hasn’t always been like that—and it doesn’t have to stay that way."
>"Skiing might seem like a rich person’s hobby, but it hasn’t always been like that—and it doesn’t have to stay that way."
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>"Why we must do everything differently to ensure the planet’s survival"
>"Why we must do everything differently to ensure the planet’s survival"
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Artist Kandis Williams is a reader — a deep reader. She is a depth charge dropped into the dark unconscious of texts, images, films, and the sundry corners of _...Read More_
Artist Kandis Williams is a reader — a deep reader. She is a depth charge dropped into the dark unconscious of texts, images, films, and the sundry corners of _...Read More_
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>"Failure to heal divisions over vaccine availability for developing countries could poison the well of global _...Read More_
>"Failure to heal divisions over vaccine availability for developing countries could poison the well of global _...Read More_
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>"Sixty of the world’s biggest banks have given almost $4 trillion to fossil fuel companies since the Paris Agreement was signed in 2015."
>"Sixty of the world’s biggest banks have given almost $4 trillion to fossil fuel companies since the Paris Agreement was signed in 2015."
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>"Smaller nuclear reactors might be the bridge to a carbon-free economy. But are they worth it?"
>"Smaller nuclear reactors might be the bridge to a carbon-free economy. But are they worth it?"