Mother Nature

In 2014, Conservation International put together a beautiful series of short films about nature to highlight humankind’s place in nature and our relationship with the natural world. Our favorite is Mother Nature (voiced by Julia Roberts): a great reminder that...

Planetary Bands, Warming World

A team of musicians and scientists the University of Minnesota have translated 133 years—from 1880 to 2014—of global temperature measurements from four bands of latitude—the equatorial zone, the mid-latitudes, the high latitudes, and the...
Salmon and forests are connected

Salmon and forests are connected

The Pacific Northwest of the United States has many defining features, but two of them are our vast forests and our salmon. Did you know our salmon and our forests are intimately connected? In this beautiful short film by the BBC, learn how salmon keeps forests...
Beautifully awful photos of the tar sands

Beautifully awful photos of the tar sands

Beautiful Destruction is a book of photographs of and essays about the Canadian tar sands. The photographs were taken from the air by Canadian artist and photographer, Louis Helbig. Essays were contributed by artists, policy makers, industry members, and...
Big issue, big art

Big issue, big art

On Saturday night, The Empire State building in NYC became a huge canvas for pictures and video of endangered species. Artists Louie Psihoyos and Travis Threlkel projected digital images onto the building to raise awareness about the sixth mass extinction, which we...