BC and California are burning down. Britain's weather rockets between drought and flood, between unprecedented cold and blistering heat. The rains in Africa aren't where they should be. Can we still write about the future without making the environment a central character in our narrative? And when we do write "Climate-Fiction" does it always have to be cautionary tales and hopeless dystopias?
Second large space. This side usually won't have a stage or a projector available so expect to find panels and discussions in here rather than presentations and demos.