The other-worldliness of the place is compounded by the fact that we are completely cut off from technology. No phone signal, or WiFi, and electricity is only available for a few hours in the evening.

We know there’s a mass extinction coming because conservation biologists have been repeating for at least the past two decades that the rate at which species are becoming extinct is higher now than at any time since the last (fifth) mass extinction.

The transition to a post-carbon future gives us the opportunity to create a more equitable and just world.

Regardless of whether you agree if Game of Thrones is an allegory for climate change or nuclear war, one thing remains clear – its fantasy world is not so much fantasy as rooted in our present reality.

The Venice Biennale is an irresistible, indigestible moveable feast. Like a Chinese Lazy Susan, the table turns each time, pushed forward by geopolitical shifts.

The concept of ‘global weirding’ has grown in popularity as an alternative to the phrase ‘global warming’.