Ok my problem with Solarpunk, primarily as a visual style and imagining of the future, is that everything it depicts appears to be built new. It fails to depict recycling and reuse, as if an ecologically sustainable future is going to be delivered by tech corps or something?
This is wonderful and not at all solarpunk by the way solarpunk sells itself
I have some pretty strong opinions about the mass media version of solarpunk, but at some point I realized my most winning arguments are always in the form of games rather than hot takes. "This is my version" has been more impactful when I've done it than "you're doing it wrong."
Today at work in a discussion we started using the term "recycle-punk" instead because if a document is going to be read by strangers, you have to assume they're going to be using the most common frame of reference.