On the heels of last year’s efforts to pursue caring “circularity” was global confusion created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Coupled with the unrest of escalating environmental issues and mounting mistrust of politics, this makes the Earth a precarious planet. COVID-19 has defied convention and persuaded us to rethink our lifestyles. Some are adapting the skills of primitive tribes to modern life. Companies are engaging with the sustainable development goals (SDGs) for the betterment of society. And youths are immersing themselves in virtual worlds and seeking an escape from stress. “Precarious Earth” is a nod to the shift toward accepting others’ freedom to dream of a bright future, and the move to grope in the dark and shape the new normal to come.