Since the Industrial Revolution and especially after WWII, seasons have been shifting at unexpected rates. Signs that once allowed us to organise life around seasons have become indicators of crisis. Birds laying their eggs too early, or trees retaining green canopies for longer is not evidence of global warming anymore—they expose new waves of global weirding, or season creep. A vicious loop makes seasons even more superfluous: the more industries extend seasonality, the more seasons shift, and the more seasons shift, the more industries introduce technological solutions to fix a global food system on the brink of collapse. CLIMAVORE works to adapt our foodscapes to new humanmade seasons, moving beyond a carnivore, omnivore, locavore, vegetarian or vegan diet into a way of eating according to drought, polluted seas, or soil exhaustion.