The lack of rain and long periods of drought result in the destruction of agricultural land in Vietnam. @ tuan1368 / Agora Deforestation, plastic waste in the oceans and air pollution from coal-fired power plants – ecological destruction has immense consequences for our planet. The climate change caused by greenhouse gases affects ecosystems, animals and also us humans more and more directly. This is impressively demonstrated by the images of the fifty finalists in the Agora photo app competition. Under the heading #ClimateChange2020, the participants were invited to capture the effects of climate change with their cameras. The result is an equally fascinating and shocking range of images that document global climate change. They show the melting of glaciers and barren fields, animals trapped in plastic waste, and people whose livelihood is increasingly being corroded by the climatic changes. With their pictures the amateur photographers express their dismay and try to raise awareness for the consequences of global warming. We present you a small selection below – including, of course, the winner. More photos …
42 is an international project. Our team has always lived in many parts of the world. In this article we would like to share a glimpse of the self-isolation that our team members are experiencing all around the globe.
#stayathome is a hashtag we should take seriously these days. It’s important that we all take care of ourselves, our loved ones, our neighbours… Let’s keep a few meters of distance today so that we can hug each other again soon!
Wir sind zurück! In unserer monatlichen Presseschau sammeln wir von nun an wieder die interessantesten Artikel zum Thema Klimawandel. Dieses Mal beschäftigen wir uns – wie könnte es anders sein – mit dem Zusammenspiel von Klima und Coronavirus.
Barbara Dombrowski fights climate change with her camera in hand – or rather, she fights the public disregard for this fundamental challenge of our time. The photographer from Hamburg kindly sat down with us for 42’s short interview regarding her installation art.
Dr Sam Illingworth has two passions: science and poetry. Through his career, the Senior Lecturer in Science Communication at the Manchester Metropolitan University bridges the gap between the scientific world and popular culture. Through his poetry, he connects the two.
News. News. News. With Brexit, the election of a new European parliament and ever new interesting remarks by Washington’s politician No. 1 that reach us on a daily basis, who still has time to check out news coverage on climate change? Sure, we know the basics: rising sea levels, limited time to react and most recently, the Fridays for Future movement that brings these topics loudly to our doorstep. But there is so much more.
“The means and methods of the 20th century will not get us through the 21st century unscathed.” 3 questions with author and filmmaker Philipp von Becker
The first event of our series 42_analog is over but we are still thrilled by all the new impulses we got from our expert panel discussing and reflection on climate change – we hope so are you who came by to listen and contribute.
“News. News. News. Brexit, EU elections and the ever new interesting remarks of a certain Washington politician – political news reach us more frequently than just on a daily basis. Every second, every minute brings new coverage to our social media newsfeeds, our preferred online media outlets and via push notification to the touchscreens of our cellphones. We will look beyond that constant flood of information. Discover special in-depth stories, fascinating people and intriguing projects related to 42 Magazine’s topics with us, Neele, Laura, Philipp, and Anna. We are super excited to start this journey with you! If you have any suggestions or ideas, feel free to get in touch with us via Facebook, Twitter or fortytwomagazine.com.” “News. News. News. Brexit, EU-Wahlen und die immer wieder interessanten Bemerkungen eines gewissen Politikers aus Washington – gesellschaftlich relevante Nachrichten erreichen uns mehrmals am Tag. Jede Sekunde, jede Minute spült neue Inhalte in unsere Social Media Newsfeeds, unsere liebsten Online Informationsquellen und per push Nachricht auf die Bildschirme unserer Smartphones. Gemeinsam mit uns, Neele, Laura, Philipp und Anna, werden wir hinter die konstante Flut aus Informationen schauen, die uns …