This song by Billie Eilish was published for her debut album When We All Fall Asleep - Where Do We Go?, and employs metaphor to convey "ideas, criticism, and feelings about global warming, particularly in the United States". The song is a call to action to fight the climate emergency; to tackle the rising oceans, melting icecaps, wildlife poisonings, and forest fires.
Spiritfarer is a “cozy management game about death”, as the developer describes it. In Spiritfarer you play as Stella, accompanied by her cat Daffodil, she becomes the ferrymaster of the deceased and takes spirits onto their last journey. The player builds and expands their boat, helps their spirit friends on their last adventures, and cares
National Geographic teamed up with famed actress, director, and humanitarian activist Angelina Jolie in order to raise awareness for bee conservation and a new program to empower women beekeepers around the world. The photo is designed to be a representation of the balance between humans and the prolific pollinators that are bees.
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
From Wired Magazine: “In the TikTok video, Levanti, superimposed over an image of Earth on fire, says, ‘Hey, stop scrolling. Our planet is fucking dying.’ It’s gotten over 314,000 views and been shared nearly 14,000 times. There are over 5,000 comments, some of which are heartbreaking: ‘I am 13, does that mean my future children
The restaurant and the menu in particular are linked to the Peruvian food research project Mater, and aims to make the different ecosystems of Peru experienceable in a multisensory manner by incorporating numerous hyperlocal, sometimes otherwise unknown or forgotten ingredients. From the website: “An exploration of its country’s biodiversity, Central takes diners on a journey