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Black futures in the age of apocalypse

Curating the End of the World deploys Afrofuturism to respond to Covid-19, anti-black violence and capitalism

Review: The land is not to be outdone in ‘Dust’

Pieter du Plessis’s post-apocalyptic film throws up some interesting questions, but it also needs to work a little harder

Deep listening will serve us better than building walls

To stand a chance of fixing our planet, we need a seismic cultural and spiritual transformation

The unbearable lightness of being

M&G’s doomsday reporter has returned from his sabbatical seeking that elusive silver lining

How to survive the end of the world

Earth is going to slowly burn up and gangs will be key to survival, so form a clan and gather all the canned food, seeds, water and weapons you can.

US seems determined to begin an apocalypse

From the Cuban missile crisis to a fossil fuels frenzy, the powerhouse appears to be intent on winning the race to disaster.

Doomsday Clock moves a minute closer to midnight

The symbolic Doomsday Clock is creeping closer to the apocalypse as scientists maintaining the device moved it one minute closer to the zero hour.

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