Intensive food infrastructures have transformed our planet on an unprecedented scale. Over the last century, they have been one of the driving forces for land degradation and species extinction. The consequences of this are evident: weather and seasons are increasingly disrupted, while supermarkets are stocked with beef, strawberries, tomatoes, and salmon all year round.

CLIMAVORE argues for shifting food landscapes to follow the new seasonalities behind human-made climates, working towards food systems that respond to drought, subsidence, polluted shores, acidification, or soil exhaustion.

AllPolluted ShoresMovement of DesertsSubsidence"Non-native" "Invasives"Soil ExhaustionDroughtMigrating Food ZonesWetland Disappearance