HUMAN  I  IDENTITY  I  ADAPTATION The human species can change its own nature. What will it choose? Will it remain the same, teetering on a jerrybuilt foundation of partly obsolete Ice-Age Adaptations? Or will it press on towards still higher intelligence and creativity, accompanied by greater - or lesser - capacity for emotional response? - Edward Wilson, On Human Nature

In the future, humans have been forced to adapt to extreme new climates. Fluctuating temperatures and lack of sufficient oxygen, nutrients or sunlight. What are the consequences of such changes to our humanity? What does this mean for how we function and the spaces we live in?