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The first annual Utopia Awards & Climate Fiction Conference, #CliFiCon22, presented by Android Press, has been announced!
it’s possible that if we keep building renewables the way we’re projected to over the next decade or so, we might end up with access to way more energy than human beings have ever had to work with
My mind was made up. I was going to join the historian-witnesses. My guides had tested my resolve. They had spoken truthfully to me all day.
Roberts debut novel kept me glued to the pages—a smart, well-crafted, and action-packed military science fiction story that deals with the horrors of war through a trauma-informed lens.
Solarpunk Film Screening Join Solarpunk Magazine on Saturday December 18 at 6pm GMT for a free online screening of the film, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (watch trailer), a radically hopeful solarpunk story about rebellion and DIY climate solutions in the African nation of Malawi. There are lots of available space for the screening, but seats aren’t unlimitedContinue reading “Upcoming Events for December 2021 & January 2022”
Recognizing that animals are people too, and treating them as such, is solarpunk AF.
When I first came across these folks online I was immediately drawn in by their catch phrase, or motto if you will: “Do Good, Be Good.” Yes, exactly! Building a better world is nothing if it isn’t about doing good, and being good.
How do we ensure the utopian worlds we are building aren’t, in fact, dystopian nightmares?
Struggling and rebelling against the boss is solarpunk af. This is especially true in our world today where 70% of climate change emissions come not from our homes and individual habits, but from the bosses, their companies and corporations, their institutions of power.