It’s Freezing in LA! Issue 3 (Protest) is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). In the last issue of It’s Freezing in LA! our writers and illustrators called for profound change. Now we begin to ask what that change, in all its complexity, might look like. To protect our environment, we must learn from all corners, disciplines and backgrounds. Luckily, from theatre to pollution, and architecture to waste, at IFLA! we’ve found no shortage of ideas.
You don’t need to worry about the end of the world he reassured me.
This sits uneasy with me &
I don’t know if it’s true.
Phoebe Thomson, IFLA! issue 3
It’s Freezing in LA! is an independent magazine about climate change. It features insightful contributions by a host of writers and illustrators from a variety of different fields. It’s Freezing in LA! aims to widen environmental discussion by offering a range of vocabulary not found elsewhere and featuring bright opinions on our greatest challenges. We want to help untangle the climate tensions and choices that our generation will have to navigate by platforming as many different perspectives as we can find. It’s Freezing in LA! provides original, engaging and surprising content that you will want to read — widening environmental discussion and offering a range of vocabulary and insights not found elsewhere. It’s Freezing in LA! is a new independent magazine with a fresh perspective on climate change. Too often, environmental discussion is polarised into one of two categories: the remote, technical language of science, or the hotheaded outrage of activism. This magazine finds the middle ground, inviting writers and illustrators from a variety of fields to give us their take on how climate change will affect — and is affecting — society.