Paul Nicklen’s conservation photography

Paul Nicklen’s conservation photography

Famed photographer Paul Nicklen recently opened a gallery to display his magnificent photographs, which he hopes will help to raise awareness about climate change and ocean conservation. Paul is a marine biologist, National Geographic photographer, and co-founder of...
Bearing Witness to Climate Change

Bearing Witness to Climate Change

We have featured Diane Burko’s work before, and feature it again in celebration of her new book, Glacial Shifts, Changing Perspectives. With 40 of her paintings and photographs inspired by expeditions to polar regions, the book documents her work in...
California submerging

California submerging

“Dan Cayan, a researcher at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, is investigating how climate affects changes in oceans. Cayan pulls out the 2012 report from the National Research Council, which is the basis for California‚Äôs current sea-level rise assumptions...
The Frameworks of Absence

The Frameworks of Absence

“Materialism corrupts the very nature of the human soul. It deadens the tendrils of empathy and compassion that have evolved to give meaning to our existence. And it creates an insatiable void needing to be filled by elusive and meaningless junk, which is...
The Great Wave of CO2

The Great Wave of CO2

Every year, the planet breathes CO2 in and out. The exhale starts in late fall and continues until about early May, when the inhale begins and continues to late fall. This correlates to the growth and decay of plant matter in the northern hemisphere (where much of the...