Plasticene

It’s been a month  since they disappeared  leaving behind a trail of plastic wreckage dried flesh torn along sharp crevasses and half-broken, half-buried consumer goods now consumed by a new sediment in the planet’s geological history. Like fresh flowers doused in gasoline they waited for the spark to ignite them as they set fire to … Continue reading Plasticene

The Remortgaging of Earth

(from Pocket Philosophy for End Times: A Lexicon of Dystopia) Green Growth: an oxymoron. A ploy by investors and the renewable energy industrial complex who promise to create jobs while cutting down emissions, when in reality aiming to make those investors rich, create more consumers who will pay for the investment, and hope that somehow, … Continue reading The Remortgaging of Earth