Makoto Shinkai’s new feature Weathering with You entreats the world to pay attention to the climate emergency, as constant rainfall is interpreted as punishment from the gods.
“[I]t’s incredible to still spend my days conjuring and creating as an adult,” says Rosanna Tasker.
The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum plans to install water bottle stations and educational signage promoting the benefits of reducing the use of plastics and creating a waste-free lunch as part of field trips.
Bloomberg says that a $500 donation to Save Venice will pay for a day of work for a professional conservator, while $1.1 million will single-handedly fund the restoration of one of the oldest basilicas in Venice.
In her graphic novel The Hard Tomorrow, Eleanor Davis explores how different people react to living in a pressure cooker of rising fascism amidst dire inequality and a collapsing ecosystem.
With climate change an undeniable threat, will arts festivals have to reassess their reliance on air travel?
A public assembly at the Queens Museum will discuss the Green New Deal sponsored by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey.
Nibbles, Selena Goatmez, and Vincent van Goat were among the 500 animals that helped clear scrub surrounding the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library before the recent California wildfires broke out.
With dripping, creaking, flowing, artist Katie Wood and scientist Grant Macdonald build an uncanny aural simulacrum of a melting continent.
The “Phenomenal Ocean” Convening brought together artists, scientists, and lawyers to take a deep look at the “Special Report on the Oceans and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate,” issued in September.
The young climate change activist has galvanized support around the world. The latest example is this typeface by the designers at Uno.
In the face of natural disaster, artists question how the overwhelming anxiety of environmental degradation can be harnessed into creative action.