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Editor’s Letter

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on Jan 20, 2016

I met with a director recently, and as I sat down I asked him about the small book he was reading, Learning to Die in the Anthropocene. It’s a philosophical book about climate change, and the thesis is that we’ve passed a tipping point in terms of our relationship with our planet. We’re on the other side — we’re screwed — and we must not only learn to adapt but also to reorganize within new political, social and cultural institutions. We will have to do this in purely practical ways, author Roy Scranton argues, but also in terms of storytelling. We […]

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