A thrash/heavy metal concept album by Australian band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. The album deals with severe man-made climate collapse, factory farming, class struggle, and more from a dystopian viewpoint.
Our planet is flooded with single use plastics such as plastic bottles. Did you know that globally, we produce about 1 million plastic bottles every minute? What does that number even look like? This Studio Birthplace production – made with CG partners Method and Madness – makes the invisible story visible, so we can better
Margaret Atwood’s dystopian tale has re-entered the public more than three decades after its 1985 premiere, thanks to a praised Hulu series. The red dress and white hat have become recognisable in resistance movements all across the world as a result of recent legal crackdowns on reproductive freedoms. However, Atwood’s story contains more than just
The photography, which was popularized through a retweet by The Wire’s David Simon on Twitter, shows golfers playing while the Eagle Creek forest fires rage in the background. The photo is an iconic representation of the social foundation of the climate crisis, but the situation itself appears to be slightly taken out of context. The