The boats were temporarily prohibited from the lagoon city during the pandemic.
BP or Not BP? activists staged a protest against Big Oil sponsorship at the British Museum and Science Museum this weekend.
Extreme patterns of increased seasonal moisture from monsoonal rains and worsening droughts are accelerating rock art deterioration, researchers say.
Some of these films inform, others make demands for action. All fight the uncertainty and cultural denial around global warming.
Lin’s Ghost Forest at Madison Square Park will feature 50 towering white cedars devastated by climate change.
Throughout April, Mishkin Gallery’s Critical Ecology on Film will gather artists, academics, and filmmakers for urgent screenings and conversations.
Ed Roberson’s poems express a troubled awareness of the earth’s exhaustion.
As crypto art speculation rises, so do the planet’s temperature and questions about the carbon footprint of non-fungible tokens.
Works by 10 artists have been installed on an ice floe in arctic Sweden where they will remain until the ice melts and they sink into the sea.
The second annual Climate Action Film Festival features both movies and discussions on how to effectively fight climate change.
Samuel Marion’s satirical corporate website shows how the far right might leverage environmentalism to justify white supremacist agendas.
Skinner imagines the jury-rigged technology that would enable survival in the wake of apocalyptic climate disaster.