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The age of panic

Pablo Servigne, Raphaël Stevens, Peter Sloterdijk: How Everything Can Collapse / Infinite Mobilization

DISASTERS: We humans have lost control of the development we have started. The catastrophe is a warning that comes too late, and the elites make themselves unresponsive to the danger signals. Can we avoid panicky escape from the common problems?

guerrilla Dama

Kari Gåsvatn: guerrilla Hagen

FOOD IN THE GARDEN: A new book claims that by cultivating the land around you, on a slope, in a backyard or in a flower box, you become a more conscious consumer. It is the first step towards a sustainable food future.

The gourmet and the future

: The green shift in agriculture is on its way. Soon, the cells from one cow can produce 175 million burgers, and the farms will direct the machine park from the tablet. 

The hunt for the green

Eivind Hoff-Elimari: Gold or green forests. Politics for the good life.

: In a Norway where waste volumes are growing, topsoil is being reduced and greenhouse gas emissions are increasing, Eivind Hoff-Elimari will wake up his fellow citizens.

Fight against oversized meat consumption

: "We must regulate the artificial meat need we have created, and we must stop putting people at the center of everything that is going to happen," says food blogger and author of a green cookbook.


: It's a long time since vegetarianism was a strange subculture. Today, it is rather something we should all consider seriously.

Are insects the new meat? 

: Insects we once watched with disgust are now being touted as the solution to the world's food shortages. Can insects really save the world?

A total food production without food waste

: It is often discussed whether movies can change the world. German Valentin Thurns Taste the Waste has done just that by putting environmentally harmful food production in the spotlight. Now the organization Foodsharing is getting an overwhelming response.