Plastics have drastically altered our society and environment. A new book by Amanda Boetzkes looks at the material as an artistic medium and eco-cultural signifier.
The gallery NURTUREart has been transformed into a government bureau to help citizens negotiate climate change’s psychological and logistical challenges.
Around 100 activists, led by Extinction Rebellion, rode around the city on bikes as part of the “Critical Swarm,” and then collapsed in front of the Tate Modern to symbolize the death of bee colonies.
The images may be beautiful but they depict a natural world that is quickly being transformed by climate change.
Mattingly makes the case that poetry is precisely what’s missing from mainstream responses to anthropogenic climate change.
The world’s first climate change museum opens its inaugural exhibition, exploring polar ice through art at the Parsons School of Design in Manhattan.
A new study suggests that thousands of archaeological sites in the southeastern United States will be underwater by the end of the century.
Artists turn trees devastated by a pest into works of public art, calling attention to the problem and creating opportunities for unexpected artistic encounters across the city.
The White Noise augmented reality installation visualizes the online conversations we have around consumption and conservation.
The Arctic Imagination project is a collaboration between six international libraries that draws attention to the Arctic’s disappearing ice.
Artist Spencer Merolla’s “Coal Comforts” is a pop-up bakery serving treats made from coal ash to encourage dialogue on climate change and pollution.
In downtown Chicago, the artist duo Luftwerk has created a public sound piece that evokes the calving of Antartica’s Larsen C ice shelf.