It’s Freezing in LA! is a critically acclaimed independent magazine with a fresh take on climate change. Printed bi-annually, we find the ground between science and activism, inviting writers and illustrators from a variety of fields to give us their view on how climate change will affect — and is affecting — society.
Last year we saw the number of net zero pledges promised by global governments and businesses double. As yet, there is no assurance these pledges will do enough to decarbonise our economies, while the intertwined problems of social inequity, biodiversity collapse, pollution and resource depletion remain huge challenges.
So, in issue 7, we explore what regeneration might mean: the messy, necessary, complex climate actions that truly protect our planet.
We consider people and movements that put climate action under a broad lens: climate activists moving into digital spaces, artists challenging conventional narratives about oil politics, and concerning efforts to put a price on nature.
We also reflect on regenerative approaches in a wide array of different spaces: slow fashion in the South Asian diaspora, handling death sustainably, restorative agriculture, and regenerative social housing.
Softcover, 54 pgs, 27.5 × 21 cm, United Kingdom.