Designs for the Pluriverse

Designs for the Pluriverse

By Arturo Ecobar

In Designs for the Pluriverse Arturo Escobar presents a new vision of design theory and practice aimed at channeling design’s world-making capacity toward ways of being and doing that are deeply attuned to justice and the Earth.

Numbers Don’t Lie: 71 Stories to Help Us Understand the Modern World

Numbers Don’t Lie: 71 Stories to Help Us Understand the Modern World

by Vaclav Smil

From Earth’s nations and inhabitants, through the fuels and foods that energize them, to the transportation and inventions of our modern world – and how all of this affects the planet itself – in Numbers Don’t Lie, Professor Vaclav Smil takes us on a fact-finding adventure, using surprising statistics and illuminating graphs to challenge lazy thinking.

Commanding Hope

Commanding Hope

This was my starting place for polycrisis reading and I was pleasantly surprised by how optimistic and engaging it was. I got the audio version and walked many miles with this uplifting book. If you want to wrap your head around these troubling times without and skip the doom & gloom, start here.

SGY

Ministry For The Future

Ministry For The Future

By Kim Stanley Robinson.

Set in the near future, the novel follows a subsidiary body, established under the Paris Agreement, whose mission is to advocate for the world’s future generations of citizens as if their rights are as valid as the present generation’s

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