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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.
“Music for Elephants” translates poaching data into a song of mourning.
Simon Beck walks in winter wonderlands to create “Snow Art”—and send an environmental message.
An Inuit woman’s portrait on vanishing sea ice is a powerful metaphor for climate change’s cultural toll.
An exhibit on extinction at the Harvard Museum of Natural History pulls visitors into an immersive, reflective experience.
A photographer combats food waste by cultivating old-fashioned respect for what’s on our dinner plates.
Doron Gazit travels the world raising awareness of climate change and other environmental destruction—with big, red “balloons.”
Like the DAPL protesters, this artwork is "Not Afraid to Look" Big Oil in the eye.
Portraits projected onto trees show the inseparable identity of the rainforest and its people.
For more than a decade, crafty twin sisters have been stitching up activism for our ailing oceans.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Artist Chie Hitotsuyama crafts realistic animals out of recycled newspaper.
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