Old Thinking Will Break Your Brain
Thoughts on “worldview collapse” and “why updating the way we look at the world is so critical now, and so hard, and how we can get better at doing it.”
Navigating the mysteries
“Storyteller and mythologist Martin Shaw invites us to subvert today’s voices of certainty and do the hard work of opening to mystery...what if we reframed 'living with uncertainty' to 'navigating mystery'? There’s more energy in that phrase. The hum of imaginative voltage.”
The Great Simplification: Full Movie
The final chapters to this accessible and provocative animation series are now up, rounding off its effort to understand the roots of our current crises and map the road ahead.
The Failed Ideology of Davos
"The WEF’s vision certainly doesn’t look like the world ordinary people would hope for. Rather it is a vision of an economy separated from the Earth, managed by algorithms and fed by information from myriad surveillance devices."
Analysis: How UK newspapers changed their minds about climate change
A fascinating, thorough overview of how public opinion on climate is being shaped by our mainstream media, and the ideologies behind efforts to foster division, confusion and delay.
Rewrite the Future
“We need a new climate narrative. A narrative that will help us face reality, confront our fear and grief, imagine possible futures, and inspire us to action. We need Hollywood to help us rewrite the future.” Includes a link to their Sundance Panel Beyond Apocalypse.
Storytelling for Today’s Climate
Register your interest for an upcoming Playbook: “a digital guide to weaving the climate crisis into existing shows and screenplays as well as new stories...created by writers, for writers.”
Neoliberalism is not the Only Problem
“Any system will bring out negative human traits, unless this is explicitly taken into account and ‘built in’ to the solution.” If we hope for our work to move us into new systems, we should acknowledge this.
Belonging, Care and Repair
"The futures in this report offer glimpses of three alternative worlds in 2036: worlds where the most important things are belonging, care, and repair. They are neither utopian nor dystopian but somewhere in between; a little like real life, but fifteen years ahead."