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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
From Chicago to Moscow, this artistic collaboration puts climate change on display—and world leaders on notice.
Laura and Gary Dumm reanimate classic horror-flick monsters in bone-chilling scenes of the Anthropocene.
With thread, plastic, and reams of climate data, textile artist Tali Weinberg displays our dangerous entanglement with the fossil fuel industry.
Through wall-size juxtapositions of bright, open flowers and jagged, disjointed lines, artist Consuelo Jimenez Underwood explores the fractured landscape along the U.S.–Mexico border.
Hugh Hayden’s exquisite wooden sculptures and installations comment on race, immigration, and the American environment.
Multimedia artist Monica Jahan Bose is sharing stories about climate impacts through the saris worn by the women of her ancestral village.
Nicolas Holiber’s reclaimed-wood sculptures highlight the threat of climate change to avian city-dwellers.
The Climate Museum’s poetry slam at Harlem’s Apollo Theater was equal parts grief, anger, and hope.
Dutch artist Thijs Biersteker’s kinetic installation puts the “I” in plastic pollution.
David Opdyke’s intricate panorama shows the country’s landscape ravaged by extractive industries and the politics of climate denial.
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