Joey Ayoub is a Geneva-based writer, researcher, activist currently finishing a PhD on temporality and hauntings in postwar Lebanese cinema at the University of Zurich. His academic background is in Environmental Health, Cultural Studies and Political Science. He has written on the Levant countries (Lebanon, Syria and Israel-Palestine) and previously worked as a MENA editor at Global Voices Online and IFEX. His current work is usually climate-related (communications, justice, transition, degrowth and solarpunk) but he also works more broadly on memory, gender, transportation, new media, rewilding and various futurisms. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram. He is the host of the podcast ‘The Fire These Times’.
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What happens if we cancel the apocalypse? Enter Solarpunk. A literary and art movement, the genre imagines a future where humans succeed in addressing the challenges of global warming, from reducing global emissions to overcoming capitalist economic growth as the primary motor of human society. Solarpunk is both pragmatic and utopian.