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Numéro China, September 2012 lensed by Charles Guo

Feathers will be the new ivory. The Last Hummingbird, 2049.

Listen: “I’m down in the lobby, because I can’t take it anymore…” voicemail recovered from the year 2024

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Climate-change adaptation: Designer reefs

"Biologists are directing the evolution of corals to prepare them to fight climate change.

Palumbi is part of a small group of coral researchers around the world tackling such issues to throw threatened reefs a lifeline. Their ultimate intent is to launch a programme of ‘human-assisted evolution’, creating resistant corals in controlled nurseries and planting them in areas that have been — or will be — hard-hit by changing conditions. “It’s a brave new world of working with corals in this way,” says Ruth Gates, a marine biologist at the University of Hawaii at Manoa who, along with coral geneticist Madeleine van Oppen at the Australian Institute of Marine Science in Townsville, is helping to pioneer the field.

The work is not without controversy. Although no one is yet attempting to create genetically modified corals, some researchers are concerned that human-assisted evolution goes too far down the slippery slope of altering natural systems.”

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What we fear now are Fumes From The Old City, 2064 (listen)

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Looking forward to Working In The Water, 2062 (listen)

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If you are Missing Glaciers, 2038 (listen), maybe you can paint them from memory. 

(Artist Zaria Forman, via)

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…this happened: School Lockdown, 2058 (listen). 

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One of the Invisible People, 2054: listen

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What happened was, in early May, the fourth wave of chronofalls came to an end   (via)