I’m still in the phase with my daughters that they believe everything I say, so when I tell them there will be no (private) cars when they grow up they think it’s true and not just something I really, really hope happens very soon.
…in a world where we have actually decided to do all the things we know will work and have the technology to do right now to reduce carbon emissions: GOING TO THE LIBRARY 2025 THE END For more background information on the story and why I imagine the future looking this way, please read thisContinue reading “A children’s story set in the future…”
I’ve been reading a lot of children’s stories over and over to our youngest daughter who’s now 22 months old and obsessed with books, so I’ve had a lot of time to look at the background pictures and the worlds the illustrators have created. I especially love ‘The Baby’s Catalogue’ by Janet and Allan AhlbergContinue reading “Going to the library 2025”
I just finished reading ‘Prosperity without Growth: Foundations for the Economy of Tomorrow’ by Tim Jackson, which I highly recommend, and it inspired this cartoon.
Our cartoon course assignment this week was to draw something in black and white with a detective, a crime, a motive and a clue. I’d read a tweet from @DoctorVive that said: ‘ok, climate twitter: if you were to create a TV miniseries that foregrounded climate change, what would it look like?’ earlier that dayContinue reading “Future Detective”
I’ve been trying to think about the future I want, not just the future I don’t want:
An open letter to George Osborne and David Cameron because I’ve been listening to the EU referendum arguments and have gotten completely confused about which way to vote- and I’m university educated, young(ish-32), and I live in Brussels. It should be a no brainer. And yet TTIP? What’s that all about? Why is lowering houseContinue reading “Congratulations EU Referendum, you’ve got me politically engaged for the first time in my life, and now I’m a concerned housewife on the rampage”