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A first look at Atmos, Volume 03: a journey along the axis of abundance and absence, proliferation and putrescence, life and death—and the p...
Is Anybody Out There?
In a new frontier called space archeology, astronomers search the cosmos for remnants of lost life. Abraham Loeb, the man who coined the phr...
Just as conservationists are working to wrap their minds around the myriad effects of wide-scale biodiversity loss, we are only just beginni...
The Diver: Sylvia Earle
As part of our Stewards of the Wild portfolio featuring individuals on the frontlines of conservation, Parley for the Oceans founder Cyrill ...
The Icebox: Svalbard Global Seed Vault
Located 1,300 kilometers beyond the Arctic Circle, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault is a secure seed storage facility that acts as a food bank...
The DNA Bank: The Frozen Ark
It's estimated that dozens of species of plants and animals are experiencing extinction every day. But biobanks, repositories for the DNA an...
The Forestkeeper: Dr. Akira Miyawaki
Next in our Stewards of the Wild portfolio featuring individuals on the frontlines of conservation comes one of Japan’s senior and foremost ...
The Riverwatcher: Salatou Sambou
As part of our Stewards of the Wild portfolio featuring individuals on the frontlines of conservation, Atmos speaks with Kawawana conservati...
The Sanctuary: Ol Pejeta Conservancy
At Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, amidst an ecosystem of other endangered species, northern white rhinos Najin and Fatu have become the las...
Living Like A Death Doula
While death might be a subject many prefer not to dwell on, Alua Arthur has made it the focal point of her life’s work as a death doula. Her...
The Amazon Is A Woman
No one understands the violence being committed against the Amazon Rainforest like the Indigenous women who call it home. With deforestation...
Fierce Life: Maria do Socorro Silva
Reaping and Sewing
In fashion, who is reaping the harvest and at what cost? What kind of future is being planted and, more importantly, for whom? The Conscious...
In this excerpt from their new book, The Future We Choose: Surviving the Climate Crisis, Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac paint two...
For Flourish/Collapse, Stefanie Moshammer submitted a series of images that illuminate the many mirrors that exist between growth and decay ...
Growing up, photographer Ashish Shah saw the Ganges River as a giver of life. But the consequences of human and industrial pollution—and the...
When asked to interpret the theme of our latest issue, Flourish/Collapse, through his own lens, photographer Gareth McConnell turned to butt...
Hunger Of The Pines
For our latest issue, photographer Derek Henderson captures an evergreen invasion of wilding pines in the MacKenzie Basin of the South Islan...
For our latest issue, photographer Pieter Hugo sought to answer two questions: what we are and why we exist. Through his lens, there's perha...
Out Of Time
The Atacama Desert is one of the driest places in the world. With its clear skies and vast landscapes, it sits still atop the northern half ...
Tomatoes, cucumbers, paprika, roses, potted plants... The ecosystems found within Iceland's geothermal greenhouses are vast—supporting the g...
Hooked Up To The Morphine Gun
After being named poet laureate of the United Kingdom last year, Simon Armitage announced a new prize for poetry about the environment, citi...
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