Should Meat Be Expensive?Read more: Should Meat Be Expensive?
If you’ve already listened to this week’s podcast Solarpunk Music to Inspire Action, you’ll know that musician Thomas Cannon suggested that it would be better for the Earth, it’s environment and ecosystems, it’s climate, and, ultimately, it’s people, if we moved away from producing as much meat as cheaply and quickly as possible. Instead, he…
2.4: Solarpunk Music to Inspire Action with Thomas CannonRead more: 2.4: Solarpunk Music to Inspire Action with Thomas Cannon
On today’s episode, Ariel talks with Thomas Cannon about solarpunk music and his new album MESH NETWORK. What was the inspiration behind this work of solarpunk ambient music? What is solarpunk music, anyway, and how can it help us today to create the just, sustainable, and equitable future that we all want to live in?…
What is solarpunk to you, anyway?Read more: What is solarpunk to you, anyway?
Here’s a list of resources that have informed our thinking on solarpunk and that contextualize and feed into the discussions that we have on the podcast.
2022 Analytical Laboratory FinalistsRead more: 2022 Analytical Laboratory Finalists
Christina’s article “Evolving Brainy Brains Takes More Than Living on a Lucky Planet” got voted in as one of the finalists for one of Analog’s reader favorites award.
2.3: Beirut: Finding Your Future in a Nearly Failed State, With JD HarlockRead more: 2.3: Beirut: Finding Your Future in a Nearly Failed State, With JD Harlock
The situation in Lebanon today is bleak. Carved out of the remains of the Ottoman Empire and subjected to years of colonialism-lite administration by France, its economy and infrastructure have been devastated by a long civil war, overlapping occupations by Syria and Israel, and corruption on a massive scale. Since 2019, Lebanon has been in…