Maria Arnal | María Sánchez | Irene Solà
A story of fish and nature, of drought and reservoirs, of stones and voices, based on the words of Donna Haraway.
Climate emergency is forcing us to harness our ability to intervene in planetary processes and direct it at repairing the damage caused to the planet.
The authoritarian exaltation of the combustion engine by certain male sectors is seen as an accelerationist statement of intent.
In light of her latest book, we talk with the English author about some of the most important challenges of today: the climate crisis, Brexit, and the rise of the extreme right.
Roger Manau Flotats
We talk with the German philosopher and journalist about the need to heed the complex web of violences, of hate and of silences and the need to find words to fight it.
Conversation with Cathy O'Neil, author of "Weapons of Math Destruction", about the role algorithms have played on the global crisis we are experiencing in recent years.
Laura Benítez Valero
Approaching the climate crisis from an ethical standpoint, at different scales, where humans may be the cause but are also answerable to demands and solutions.
ODA al futur
How we can rethink environmental struggles through the dramaturgy of the body, design, essay-writing and socioenvironmental activism.
Diary of the installation of the Newton Machine on the island of Eday (Scotland), a project that challenges the energy culture through citizen participation.
Women count among the main people affected by climate change but are in a minority among political decision-making bodies.
Laura F. Tenenbaum gives us reasons to stay positive in the face of climate change and tells us how to communicate it more effectively.
We speak with Lucy Wood about the language used to tackle climate change and about the role of the arts in raising awareness.