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.
The Brooklyn Public Library and advocacy group Writers Rebel NYC have launched Climate Reads, a yearlong, online book club and discussion series open to readers anywhere in the world.
Floodzone, an ongoing series by Anastasia Samoylova, stirringly acknowledges that the climate crisis is already upon us, however earnestly we might resist this fact.
As incessant floods continue in China, water reached the toes of the Leshan Giant Buddha for the first time in at least seven decades.
Sarah Rothberg and Marina Zurkow reveal water’s unearthliness.
Heritage on the Edge, a collaboration between Google and UNESCO, highlights the ways that climate change threatens five existing heritage sites, including Rapa Nui, Easter Island, and Edinburgh.
Depictions of Living imagines itself as an act of protest, touching on both the microcosm of individual actions and the macrocosm of the Anthropocene.