Despite reams of compelling data and supporting evidence from the scientific community, the vital message of climate change action is still being missed by huge numbers of people. Jack Parsons examines the important role photographers and artists play in our environmental crises and looks at how they can achieve what scientists cannot.
Have you ever wondered how salmon can affect the health of trees? Neither had we until Tom Wolff rode his bike from Anchorage, Alaska through the Pacific Northwest to Mexico’s south. Tom explains how a species we see as food is a crucial component of a thriving ecosystem.
Photographing fracking in North East America, a visual exploration of the impact of natural gas drilling.
On the bed of the Caribbean sea, underwater art doubling as an artificial reef is helping to preserve the ocean's ecosystems.
An introduction to reducing unnecessary rubbish and working towards a zero waste life.
Arctic Farming has been around since the 10th century, but as the permafrost melts it's becoming a viable food source for northern communities.
Eleanor Scott tells us all about our second love, the mighty tree, and the importance of green space in our cities.
Combating climate change with art: These artists are creating work that highlights and raises awareness about the changing state of our planet.