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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.
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.
In what the modern world sees as coal and oil, this New Yorker sees ancient plant species—and hope.
David Maisel’s aerial views of environmental degradation are redefining American landscape photography.
For South African artist Sonny, biodiversity loss cuts “To the Bone.”
Artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s majestic and eerie underwater sculpture parks give voice to our oceans in distress.
The Storm King Art Center hosts an exhibition exploring the many implications of an environment in transition.
Mary O’Brien and Daniel McCormick’s landscape interventions are built within the ecosystems they seek to rehabilitate.
From his studio in Bozeman, Richard Parrish maps the impact of climate change in the American West using molten glass.
There were three northern white rhinos left when Australian artists Gillie and Marc Schattner unveiled their monument in New York City. Now there are just two.
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