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In This Issue
For their new book All We Can Save, climate experts Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson gathered a chorus of 60 courageous wo...
We have lost approximately 400 billion tons of glacial ice per year since 1994—a loss so voluminous and profound that it can be difficult to...
With critical ice loss causing rippling effects on its rich biodiversity, Antarctica is indisputably at the frontline of climate change. Two...
A Glacial Pace
No one knows fast like Maggie Rogers, whose music career came on like an avalanche, having gone from college graduation to playing sold-out ...
Fashion is awash with harsh truths: floods of environmental impacts, an insatiable thirst for newness at odds with calls to produce less but...
Black cowboys and cowgirls have been largely written out of American history—and yet, they have blazed a trail rich in stories of strength a...
Where the land meets the sea, geology reveals itself as a convergent continuum of earth and air, water and wind, space and time. The seaside...
The Ties That Bind
Western scientists are still catching up to the knowledge possessed and passed down by Indigenous peoples. With our world hanging on by a th...
A Wave of Change
A Wave of Change: Xiuhtezcatl and Nick Tilsen
A Wave of Change: Kevin J. Patel and Dr. Vandana Shiva
A Wave of Change: Wanjiku Gatheru and Peggy Shepard
A Wave of Change: Jamie Margolin and Jane Goodall
On The Verge
A tipping point is a delicate state in which a seemingly minor change to a natural system can lead to a sudden and massive change in its fat...
A Mother’s Love
As the founder and executive director of GLITS—that’s Gays and Lesbians Living in a Transgender Society—Ceyenne Doroshow is here to bring su...
Whether you see them as cosmic coincidences or the unfolding of fate, a chain reaction of unlikely events led to you being here. Author Sash...
Through panoramas and reflections on opposing natural landscapes, photographer Théo de Gueltzl and Ralph Cox trace horizons from the Swiss A...
I, Xingu, Am Dying
Eliane Brum writes from the perspective of the Xingu River, in Brazil, which faces imminent death as hydroelectric power plants and dams thr...
During lockdown, photographer Vava Ribeiro set foot throughout a Hawaii temporarily void of human life but rich with natural landscapes to c...
The pervasive poisoning of our world’s waters not only draws parallels to the toxicity of systemic racism; both further one another. An ocea...
Into The Well
Photographer Bharat Sikka reflects on the journey of water in India—its sounds, its smells, its colors, its pace—and how our lives revolve a...
Virality just might be the word of 2020, speaking not only to the global pandemic but also to the transmogrification of social media into a ...
Like most during the pandemic, photographer Alexandra Leese saw the impact humanity's collective isolation had on the natural world—as a mom...
Over the last six years, more than 15,000 refugees have perished while traversing the Mediterranean Sea, seeking safety on foreign shores. S...
As The Water Flows
Reclaiming ancestral knowledge has allowed photographer Evan Benally Atwood to explore their gender beyond colonization. For our latest issu...
Humus to Human
Humanity has had an inarguable impact on the earth beneath our feet—and yet even the name of our species derives from the same word as soil.
For our latest issue, photographer Daniel Shea captured Alaska's treasured Tongass during lockdown—now, the site of one of the biggest publi...
The American Monument
Photographer Jeremy Everett captures America's abandoned marble quarries—defective monuments once used for monoliths and headstones that now...
Via cyanotype printing, art director and photographer Namsa Leuba turns nature inside out—a digital dissection of matter and human thought v...
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