The Climate Emergency demands changes in the way we see the world, as much as changes to the world itself.
In 2022 researchers from the University of Plymouth, in partnership with Devon Climate Emergency, teamed up with local communities and organisations, Devon-based artists, and transition experts, to develop ‘Net Zero Visions’ that reimagined a range of locations in a positive future of net zero greenhouse gas emissions. This imaginative effort was also opened up to the wider public.
A record of the resulting murals, online games, animations, illustrations, and poetry are captured in this book, along with essays by transition experts on key sectors of the Devon Carbon Plan, and insights into how the process of Net Zero Visioning can help individuals and communities build public understanding of the emergency, develop support for change, and encourage us to risk doing radically different things.
Edited by David Sergeant and Emma Whittaker
246x189mm 160pp Full colour illustrations