Trash and climate change

Our Trashion Fashion project, which launches tonight!, is about bringing attention to how consumption and waste are part of the climate change picture. We humans generate an incredible amount of waste, particularly us here in the West. It wasn’t always so; until...

Using photography to save the oceans

Two award wining photographers, Cristina Mittermeier and Paul Nicklen, have founded a new marine conservation program, SeaLegacy. Their goal is to increase ocean conservation from 2% today to 20% of the ocean by 2020, by raising awareness and concern for the oceans...

The Keeling Curve

If you’re concerned about climate change, then you probably know about the Keeling Curve, one of the most important pieces of data in climate change science. Data collection began in 1958 when Charles David Keeling set up equipment in Mauna Loa Observatory to...

Unchopping a tree

This beautiful and sad video shows how fast the parks we love—Central park, Hyde park, Champs de Mars park—would be gone if they were logged at the same rate as the rainforests around world. The video is part of a multimedia science-based collection of...
This Changes Everything at the Lynwood Theatre

This Changes Everything at the Lynwood Theatre

Bainbridge Island and neighboring friends—ONE NIGHT ONLY—Nov 18, 7:30pm! Earth Art Bainbridge and the The Historic Lynwood Theatre will host a special screening of This Changes Everything, the documentary film by Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis, followed by...