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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.
Humans are changing the earth at an unprecedented scale. Justin Brice Guariglia thinks today’s art needs to reflect that.
From playful animal behavior to pollution and poaching, these artists capture the state of nature in 2017.
Artist Laurel Roth Hope stitches costumes to disguise ubiquitous birds as extinct species.
Mbongeni Buthelezi “paints” with plastic—and the results are stunning.
A public art installation by Luftwerk puts Antarctica’s climate change woes at the center of urban life.
Who knew the unassuming male pufferfish is one of nature’s greatest artists?
On Australia’s Cape York Peninsula, artists weave deadly “ghost nets” into totems.
Maskbook invites people around the world to express their environmental anxieties.
A public photography exhibit at Brooklyn Bridge Park introduces city dwellers to the amazing marine life of the New York Bight.
Josh Keyes’s images of graffitied wilderness reflect a profound sense of environmental anxiety.
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