It’s Freezing in LA! Is a critically-acclaimed platform for climate writing and images. We find detailed, complex and fascinating new topics and make them accessible, engaging and exciting.

We have built a space that fuses art, politics and science while platforming brilliant emerging and under-represented writers and illustrators in the climate movement. We publish a bi-annual, 60 page collection that dives into difficult environmental questions, and in Spring 2023 we launched this digital platform.

Since 2019, we have printed 9 issues, with 30,000 copies sold and 100,000 digital versions circulated. IFLA! has been shortlisted for Stack Awards three times, has received rave reviews and was listed as one of the Guardian’s best environmental indie magazines in 2019.

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The Guardian featured us as one of 'eight of the best publications championing slow fashion and environmentalism' in 2019.

AIGA Eye on Design included us in their feature on 'The Indie Magazines driving the Climate Conversation' in 2021.

Stack Magazines have included us on 3x awards shortlists (2018 Launch of the Year, 2019 Subscribers' Choice and Best Use of Illustration), and featured us as one of 7 'independent magazines with clever, imaginative illustration' in 2021.

Rayitas Azules included IFLA! issue 9 as one of their top ten independent magazines of 2022.

Octopus Energy gave us their Environmental Art Fund award in 2019.

Park included IFLA! in their list of '10 Indie Magazines Tackling Sustainability'.

MagCulture have featured IFLA! in numerous reviews, interviews, and their 'reasons to be cheerful' in 2020.

Monocle interviewed our team on 'The Stack' radio show about 'people and players shaping the future of print media' in 2019.

See also features, interviews and reviews about us in:
Dazed, Emergenze, Friends of Friends, i-D, Il Libraio, It's Nice That, Lecture in Progress, Loud & Quiet, MagCulture Podcast, Stack, Subsail, Zetteler.


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