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ISSUE 4 - STORM
And then there are the crackling sounds that the ice emits while melting; air – sealed in pockets inside the ice for thousands of years – is released... it speaks its own language
Olafur Eliasson, IFLA! issue 4
With ideas about how to avoid the crisis proliferating, in issue 4 we look at what change means in environmentalism.
We talk to people around the world about how the landscapes they know have evolved in the last decades, learn about different ways to discuss green processes, and consider suggestions of how to revolutionise our systems.
restoration and protection of the natural world at the heart of our economy.
Caroline Lucas MP, IFLA! issue 2
Following a tumultuous 2018 for climate action, at IFLA! we've been thinking about profound change.
In issue 2 we consider how best to prioritise Indigenous voices, redesign design questions and take a look at a long history of attempts to change the weather. We look at peat bogs and algae; cosmetics and tungsten bulbs, and untangle a few more strands of humanity's greatest challenge.