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climate changes

From eco-nightmares to historical relief

Kim Stanley Robinson: The Ministry for the Future

THE FUTURE OF THE EARTH: In a groundbreaking new collective novel, we can read about how the climate crisis is escalating and a new ecological world order is emerging.

“It would is not over. Long live what it would be! ”

Paul Wapner: Is Wildness Over?

NATURE: The attempt to control nature's wildness locally has created uncontrolled effects globally. Do we have to freeze and sweat more in the future, or is civilization far wilder?

"Our existence depends on changing our growth and consumption habits"

THE WOMAN OF CHANGE: MODERN TIMES talks this time with experienced Sandrine Dixson-Declève about sustainable growth and green development. She is now the leader of the European Commission's expert group for research and innovation.

Political climate change

Naomi Klein: On Fire – The Burning case for a Green New Deal

TURNING POINT: Naomi Klein appears credible when she advocates a total social upheaval – a fight for justice in the name of the climate.

Deadly, complicated and expensive nuclear waste

: In 2019, there are 17 tonnes of highly active nuclear waste that will be cleared and stored in Norwegian nature. It is a very complicated and environmentally hazardous work, which the authorities have been pushing ahead for years.

Right's green dream

Venkat Sumantran, Charles Fine and David Gonsalvez: Faster, Smarter, Greener. The Future of the Car and Urban Mobility

: In step with climate change and increasing environmental crises, the need for change is recognized. The question is what this implies.

Accept as a prescription

Per Espen Stoknes: What we think about when we try not to think about global warming

: The situation does not look promising, but pessimism must give way to acceptance and then action.

Documentaries that will change the world

: We are facing a new wave of documentaries that are not content with showing reality. They want to create real social change, far beyond the traditional showrooms.