IFLA! is an independent magazine with a new perspective on climate change. Escaping all kinds of polarization and distancing itself from both the remote technical language of science and the indignant outrage of activism, this independent magazine chooses a third way, the middle way. Its pages host writers and illustrators from a variety of industries who are asked to give their opinion on how climate change will affect society.
IFLA! provides original, engaging and surprising content, expanding the environmental discussion and offering a range of vocabulary and insights not found elsewhere.
Dimensions: 21x27.5 cm
Number of pages: 56
In recent years we have seen the number of zero-emission pledges from global governments and businesses double, but there is no guarantee that these pledges will do enough to decarbonise our economies, as the problems surrounding social inequality, the collapse of biodiversity, pollution and resource depletion remain enormous challenges.
This edition of IFLA analyzes the necessary actions that truly protect our planet by introducing us to people and movements dealing with environmental issues: climate activists moving into digital spaces, artists challenging conventional narratives on oil policy and efforts to give a price to nature.
But there is also talk of a new slow approach in fashion, of managing death in a sustainable way, restorative agriculture and regenerative social housing.