We chatted with five photographers who photograph the changing environment about how they hope to encourage collective action.
With eighty percent of the world’s remaining biodiversity on the territories of indigenous people, these communities are more than a source of wisdom, but a source of hope.
Much like planting trees — but this time in the sea — kelp forests are being lauded for their ability to store huge amounts of carbon.
Photographer Brooke Holm immerses herself in the world’s most remote landscapes to explore the complex relationship between nature and humanity.
Gobe plants five trees for every camera accessory purchased. Today, we’ve planted over two million trees, and founders Christian and Chris reflect on the achievement.
On Desert Time captures the vast landscapes and intricate details of two of Australia’s most respected national parks.
Set in the tropical north of Australia, Abigail Varney's latest photo series captures an anxious atmosphere that expresses just how inseparable we are from the climate.