Winter of the Climate-Haunted Globe
January 2020

All reports are in desperate agreement: if we maintain our current course, our planet's climate and natural environment, already direly destabilized, will be irrevocably and terribly changed. Before the fast-approaching winter of this all-too-short anthropocene some chart the changes seeking to check them, others seek new adaptations which may bring us out of or through the coming crises, yet all too many are frozen in the inertia of our deeply flawed systems. What is the current state our climate and what is to come? What must we do to survive to see another geologic spring?

 

Planet A

by Momoko Seto
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Sila and the Gatekeepers of the Arctic

by Corina Gamma
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Acoustic Ocean

by Ursula Biemann
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The Sweet Stench of Sulfur

by Michelle Gevint
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Corals - Ancient Survivors

by Louise Polain Daniel Stoupin & Pete West
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One Day the Sun Turned Black

by Joe Luben
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Ligne Noire (Black Line)

by Mark Olexa Francesca Scalisi
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Wind Should be Heard Not Seen

by Claire Sanford
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Santa Ana

by César Pesquera
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Water Once Ruled

by Christina Battle
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Dust Rising

by Lauren Schwartzman
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Imperial Valley (Cultivated Run-Off)

by Lukas Marxt
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High and Dry: Cutting Fog for Science

by Daniel & Rebecca Grossman
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The Tasmanian Tiger

by Vergine Keaton
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Managed Retreat

by Nathan Kensinger
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Thermopower

by Maya Livio
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Afforesting Iceland

by Ewa Hermanowicz
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Invisible Blanket

by Pasha Reshikov
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The Art of Change

by María Álvarez; Elisa Morais
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Home

by Inuk Jørgensen
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Plastic and Glass

by Tessa Joose
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Ondes Noires (Dark Waves)

by Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis
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Meltdown

by Carrie Mombourquette
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Poulpe (Octopus)

by Audréane Beaucage
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Zhalanash - Empty Shore

by Marcin Sauter
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Sea Concrete Human

by Michael Palm
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Echo Chamber

by Guillermo Moncayo
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Mirror of the Virgin Forest

by Hirofumi Nakamoto
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Liquid Solid

by Nicky Assmann Joris Strijbos
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Rupture

by Kent Tate
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A Year

by Nick White
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