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The Natural Resources Defense Council works to safeguard the earth - its people,
its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Xavier Cortada’s elevation markers are a colorful yet painful reminder of what Floridians stand to lose from climate change.
Three artists have created an entire body of work to get to the heart of the ineffable human epoch.
Get submerged in Waterlicht, an LED visualization of future sea levels.
Princeton is displaying iconic paintings, photography, and furniture in a new light (and it’s not always flattering).
Caution: Climate change ahead.
In photographer Nick Brandt’s landscape installations, the past collides with a dismal present.
Fujiko Nakaya’s vaporous creations respond to wind, humidity, temperature, and dew point, making visible the invisible forces all around us.
Linda Cheung’s innovative Miami Murals project is blinging out the topic of climate change.
Armed with 1,000 blue pennants—one for each waterway put at risk by the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipelines—communities are taking up their battle stations.
Judith Belzer’s oil paintings of bridges, dams, canals, and ports both romanticize and question humanity’s efforts to tame our natural systems.
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