Those of us who have been watching Michelle Yeoh with admiration for years — and those of us who have been wishing just as long that sci-fi would dream with more ambition — have unearthed the eternal motherlode.
A cli-fi masterpiece of nature and power, violence and the sacred.
How has it taken me this long to see? What does it matter?
Together, they’ve built six in America.
Rooftop solar may be drawing fire in the US, but China is cool with it.
We’re in the slow-motion throes of an environmental apocalypse whose existential ravages are terrifyingly “irreversible.” Now is not the time to be arguing over solar cash.
The solar war backstory is lame enough to keep short.
They would rather wait until the climate crisis has already ripped the roof off the world as they knew it, before doing anything significant about it.
It started with a joke, but quickly went viral everywhere from the South China Sea to the White House.