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It’s Freezing in LA!, Issue 8

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IFLA! is a new independent magazine with a fresh perspective on climate change. Too often, environmental discussion is polarised into one of two categories: the remote, technical language of science, or the hotheaded outrage of activism. This magazine finds the middle ground, inviting writers and illustrators from a variety of fields to give us their take on how climate change will affect — and is affecting — society. We want to help untangle the climate tensions and choices that our generation will have to navigate by platforming as many different perspectives as we can find. IFLA! provides original, engaging and surprising content that you will want to read — widening environmental discussion and offering a range of vocabulary and insights not found elsewhere.

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This issue of It’s Freezing in LA! turns its attention to borders as they criss-cross the climate movement in their many forms. Hearing from people displaced by extreme weather, groups fighting for climate reparations and communities in the grip of multinational fossil fuel corporations.

It’s Freezing in LA! explores physical boundaries around contested spaces and resources, traces the efforts of companies and states to exert undue influence across legal perimeters and considers how mechanisms like reparations might rebalance unequal responsibility for environmental devastation across global lines. Climate action means tearing down old borders and finding ways to establish new boundaries with justice and regeneration in mind – the crisis we face demands nothing less.

 

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