My First Peek Into the Pandora’s Box That Is Text to ImageRead more: My First Peek Into the Pandora’s Box That Is Text to Image
I was working in Canva today, producing the cover for the upcoming Episode 6 of Season 2 and, whoa, there was suddenly a text-to-image option. Setting aside, for the moment, the issues associated with using AI to generate images, of course I had to put it through some paces. Know thine enemy, I could say,…
What If We All Stopped to Look at Everything With Wonder?Read more: What If We All Stopped to Look at Everything With Wonder?
During a typical morning moment of procrastination (because, ugh, working on this book chapter is work!), I stumbled across this article in the New Yorker, about seeing the wonder in world and noticing that “inanimate” objects actually and truly have agency. Maybe not intentional agency, but, nonetheless, all things are woven into the great mesh…
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.