The present climate nightmare is a perfect example of two kinds of intelligence locked in a battle: the rational beauty of scientific progress, and then how we address the reality it uncovers
With recessionary trends set to continue and governments ever deeper in denial about the effects of fossil-fuels, a space is opening up into which artists can join climate scientists to bring beauty, clarity – and a warning
The Cape Farewell project has gone global, with a Foundation now established in Toronto. This takes me far and wide, and onto the frontline of the international cultural shift needed to address human excess. The question I ask is, what do we need to do to protect our habitat, and how could we evolve a way of living that is even more exciting and a lot less destructive than the one we currently practise?