HSBC: “Who cares if Miami is underwater?”

“A spoof of one of HSBC’s three-panel airport ads. The first panel is a solarpunk image of Singapore Gardens By the Bay, captioned ‘rhetoric.’ The second is a house flooded to the first-storey windows, with a sign showing the same solarpunk image askew and protruding from the floodwaters in front of it; the sign image is dirty and washed out, and it is captioned ‘reality.’ The final panel reads ‘Why investors need not worry about climate risk. HSBC. Who cares if Miami is underwater.’ Image: J




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