The Monthly Global Change Review #02

Top photo – “The Beach”, Acrylique sur toile (detail ) (2018) © Hadrien de Corneillan A monthly publication […]

Michele Guieu

What’s Next for Earth: Sunnyvale artist kicks off global dialogue

Sunnyvale artist Michele Guieu spurs dialogue on Stanford website. Long before the coronavirus pandemic hit, putting the […]

“Exponential” Art installation, Desert Dairy Art Residency

‘Exponential’ Site-specific installation at Desert Dairy in Twentynine Palms, California. Created between January 18 – January 25, […]

Creaturely Migrations on a Breathing Planet

Through his observations of cranes, butterflies, and salmon in the course of their annual migrations, cultural ecologist […]

The work of Professor William Davis

Artist Bill Davis has worked on 6 continents. His project, No Dark in Sight, is funded to exhibit how artificial […]

The 2020 Commission Report book cover

The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States – A Speculative Novel

Here’s what nuclear war could look like in: The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear […]

Eradication of diphtheria tetanus by Michael Tobias

The Eradication of Diphtheria Tetanus

The Eradication of Diphtheria Tetanus is Michael Tobias’ newly released play. The United States is well into […]

Camouflage As Science Art: Remaining Hidden and Becoming Apparent

In this captivating look book, renowned Science Art author and artist Darryl Wheye reveals the mysterious world […]

pH: A Novel

In her recent book, pH: A Novel, Nancy Lord uses fiction to bring attention to the threat ocean […]

Staging a revolution: can theatre be an effective form of activism?

Secret shows, street protests, satire … performance has long been connected to political causes. But does it […]

The Parrot of Carolina | Mark Catesby 1754

American Wildlife Art

In American Wildlife Art, author David J. Wagner tells the story of how this classic art form […]

Environmental Ideology Through Art

The following essay comes from David J. Wagner, President of David J. Wagner, L.L.C., a traveling museum exhibition […]

We aren’t just talking about the weather

This poem by spoken word poet Sophia Walker was performed at the 2015 Climate and Health Summit […]

Are there caterpillars on butterfly wings?

Visually interesting butterflies make likely subjects for a collaboration between the arts and sciences. In this case, […]

Changing Tack, An Ecological Account of My Life

Changing Tack is an inspirational account of one man’s quest to understand ecology and use it to […]

A thrilling look at the first 21 days of a bee’s life

Anand Varma was asked to photograph the compelling, and increasingly threatened, lives of bees. Varma worked with […]

The House of Owls

Tony Angell uses his considerable talents as an author, illustrator, and naturalist to captivate readers with the […]

Slamming the Anthropocene: Performing climate change in museums

The University of Wisconsin held an Anthropocene Slam in November of 2014. The Slam asked contributors to […]

Naomi Oreskes on “Merchants of Doubt”

Alex Wise interviews Naomi Oreskes on Sea Change Radio about the recent film Merchants of Doubt based on the […]

The High Price of Materialism

From the Center for a New American Dream

Conservation through having smaller families

Sustainable Population Australia presents their population message in a comicbook-style format.  View a PDF of the full […]

Mesmerizing Photos of People Lying in a Week’s Worth of Their Trash

The United States has a trash problem. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average American produces […]

Q&A with Sonia Dhillon-Marty

Erin Moore discusses the Dhillon-Marty Foundation and Sonia Dhillon-Marty’s aim to bring together “social activism through art, architecture, design, […]

Fruitful and Multiplying

An artistic expression of the strain overpopulation places on the world’s resources and our social structures.  The […]