Photographer Lucas Foglia was inspired to photograph climate scientists doing the hard work of measuring our world after Hurricane Sandy slammed into his farm on Long Island, NY in 2012. He followed scientists in Colorado, Hawaii, and Alaska as they use their...
From the air

From the air

Often it’s only possible to see the full scope of environmental destruction from the air. Whether it’s oil spills, tar sands extraction, mountain top mining, deforestation, or overpopulation in cities, the view from above is the only way to get any sense...
Snow Land

Snow Land

Snow Land is a photo essay of resistance to climate change. Photographer Marco Zorzanello‘s photographs of the Dolomites ski area, one of the largest ski areas in the world, show how we seem to be in deep denial that we need to change our lives in response to...

The slinky of rising CO2 and temperatures

This video is a new animation showing CO₂ concentration and global mean temperature 1958 to the present, by Kevin Pluck. He sourced the data from NOAA and NASA. “CO2 is just steadily growing and growing and growing. It’s so consistent and so frightening.” —...
Totem Pole Journeys

Totem Pole Journeys

A man in the moon prays for protection of the Earth. A bear gets too greedy and damages salmon fish spawning grounds, ruining the salmon fishing in the river. People of all races from all around the world who contribute to climate change. This is the story this Lummi...
Stop Playing

Stop Playing

Lorenzo Quinn continues to speak volumes with his art about the relationship of humans and the planet Earth. This recent work, “Stop Playing”, beautifully expresses the anthropocene, the era of human dominance over the planet in which we now live. As the...

The Nameless

Sound and lighting producer Tom Lynch and photographer Vaughan Brookfield have created The Nameless, a project to explore the relationship between man and nature through projection and photography. The project was selected for Canon’s Show Us What’s...