‘In a world of rapid urbanization, increasing population pressures, structural unsustainability, plus the likelihood of increased conflicts over natural resources and a massive explosion of environmental refugees due to climate change, the relation between design and the political will become more apparent and more important. In the face of this situation design has to be made overtly and proactively political. Design has to become a politic. For design to become politicized, it has to directly confront politics.’ Michael Fry, Design As Politics