Changing Climate and Human Bioturbation
Environmental humanist Serpil Oppermann looks at fiction of human bioturbation and unpacks what we are beginning to understand about the risks involved in changing subterranean environments as we extract resources ever more aggressively.
The potential of a “Climate Canon”
Environmental humanities scholar Joni Adamson reflects on “cli-fi” (climate fiction) in contemporary writing, not so much as a new development but as part of a tradition of storytelling about human relationships to climate and the future reaching back to antiquity.
The Future is Now
Bifrost Online has launched to coincide with the two-year anniversary of the Paris Agreement on climate change, which was signed on 12 December 2015.