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Foundfuture Issue 8
The intersection of creativity and climate.
I hope you’re enjoying the delights that summer has to offer. That being said, we’ve just experienced our planet’s hottest week on record and the UN has acknowledged our “climate is out of control”.
This is issue 8 of Foundfuture. Eight more examples for what creativity can do in the climate crisis.
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The writer behind Love Actually wants to green your retirement fund. “Not considering climate action as part of your business is old fashioned - Richard Curtis“. A really insightful podcast, reccomended if you have a pension or retirement fund. Read more about ‘Make My Money Matter’ here.
A wealth of visualizations which show the CO2 being added to Earth's atmosphere over the course of 2021.
Space10 launched a competition to envision what a more desirable, regenerative future could look like, using AI image gen.
4 – Dodonut
A web design agency doing things the energy efficient way. Really useful learning resources for a more sustainable web.
Design firm Prowl Studio has proven that bioplastic can be load-bearing with the launch of its mono-material Peel Chair. Made from corn-derived PLA and hemp fibres.
6 – The Drop Store
Slick website from friends at Neverland which shares orginizations trying to improve our relationship with water.
Former Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer launches climate investment firm. Following the trend of people seeing that it is not governments but business who will be the ones to solve climate change.
8 – Green the Web
A sustainable UX/UI design course for a greener web.