Another year goes by. New year, new problems and challenges… Or not, because some problems have been here for a while. For example, the environmental crisis. Since it is already 2023, we can say that fifty-one years have passed since a global group of scientists denounced in the renowned Meadow’s report the disastrous situation our planet was going through .
Fifty years means half a century of scientists foreseeing how the current course of human action was going to cause irreversible damages to the Earth. It could have been and still could be avoided by acting immediately, and yet have we changed our path or solved anything? No, we have not. Of course, environmental laws have been implemented, and awareness is slowly but constantly growing among population. Good news, but still not good enough. Scientists write new reports saying that deeper changes are in need. And our society still seems deaf to them.
Because we do not listen to science, activists began to appear in the conversation, trying to get the message to the people. To draw attention to the environmental collapse, several actions have been taken: from the first show Greenpeace prepared to stop a nuclear test , to peaceful protesting like Fridays for Future  to the latest – and, as always controversial – form of protest directed towards art and museums.