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Climate crisis magazines

Climate crisis magazines

The threat posed by climate crisis has been brought into stark focus by a series of scientific warnings this year, alongside ever-increasing examples of extreme weather across the world. How are magazines covering the subject? We take a look at five current examples.

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mono.kultur #49
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mono.kultur #49

Diminutive Berlin-based interview mag mono.kultur returns with its 49th edition. As ever, the magazine has been designed and produced to reflect the work of its subject, this time controversial Spanish artist Santiago Sierra. The issue demonstrates how a little bit of creative print production goes a long way.
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Safar Journal #6

Safar Journal #6

Beirut’s Safar Journal has developed into a vital presence on the indie mag scene. As issue six arrives, it seemed a good time to take stock of the magazine and the way it reminds us that loving something should involve questioning the subject rather than slavishly fawning over it.

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La Nueva Carne #2
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La Nueva Carne #2

This new magazine addresses the changes the digital realm is imposing on our lives. It’s not the only print magazine we’ve seen recently to address such issues, but is surely the most accomplished. The writing is strong; the accompanying artworks brilliant.
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The Smudge vol 5, #4
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The Smudge vol 5, #4

If you’ve not seen The Smudge before, it’s a politically charged monthly risograph project from Los Angeles with a unique voice on what’s going on in the world. It uses comic humour and wears its point-making lightly, offering a platform for creatives to share their views.
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Revue Faire #30
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Revue Faire #30

This Lineto issue of Revue Faire is the perfect issue to start your relationship with the magazine. As its name alludes, it’s a magazine about doing as much as about thinking. The intelligent essay is enhanced by the clever art direction and design, the visuals more than just decoration.
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