This blog is part of the new Deep Adaptation Forum website launch and seeks to attract a variety of voices and perspectives to speak to how we are adapting to disruption and collapse. We welcome contributions.
Your butterfly, pink and big as a number 35 bus
nosedives, wings squiggled, its antennae sort-of bursting into
what used to be a portrait of your best friend at school, Eddy
who has become a scribbled-out cloud. All we can see
of his hand salutes like Wile E. Coyote
in a fizzle of...
Hundreds of scientists and scholars have spoken out, calling for a more honest and sober discussion about the increasing likelihood of societal disruption, breakdown and collapse due to environmental change. The weight and urgency of their call must not be ignored or disregarded.