Iain Woodhouse, an expert in remote sensing at the University of Edinburgh, spends a lot of time looking at the forests of the world through the eyes of satellites.
Artists and ecological restorationists have a lot in common: both work experimentally with materials that are sometimes unpredictable.
Make music, create a lightshow, and control a computer—with a plant
Thousands of melting crayons ignite wildfire education
Eco-sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor is founder and creator of two underwater museums that double as artificial reefs.
Artist Todd McGrain has immortalized five extinct North American birds in larger-than-life bronze sculptures through his Lost Bird Project.
Believing that public art can play a role in large-scale renewable energy production, architect Robert Ferry and artist Elizabeth Monoian created the Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI).
The view from above in wax and dye
The “Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef,” a unique exhibition and thought-provoking fusion of science, conservation, mathematics, and art, was recently on display in Washington, D.C.
A Review of Burning Ice: Art and Climate Change.