Category Archives: environment, climate, energy


1973 is a special year in the history of science fiction. It’s still the golden age of speculative fiction (Philip K. Dick, Philip José Farmer), but something new appears: science-fiction becomes real. J. G. Ballard publishes Crash and declares “The fiction is already there. The writer’s task is to invent the reality.”1 This same year, […]

Political reconstruction in a world ready to fall over

What’s happening these days in the political and legislative system regarding freedom, fundamental rights and social justice is a source of deep worry. Terror-stricken in front of the emergence of citizens able to express themselves, exchange, share and innovate in unexpected manners, the aging powers of money disconnected from the economy, audio-visual media, and governments […]