Davos reflections in a nutshell: we lived well and passed on the burden of climate change to the next generation
Imagine living and travelling in an egg-shaped vessel to discover the meaning of place and community at a time of environmental changes. We follow artist Stephen Turner in his journey of discovering enchantment of the natural world.
Climate change is often seen through a policy or scientific lens, and solutions are discussed only in political offices, boardrooms and negotiating halls. ArtCop21 launched ahead of the UN climate talks in Paris, aims to challenge those tropes
A sense of kinship between photographer and subject permeates Francesco Mastalia's work. He makes photographs as photographers did 150 years ago, just like the farmers pictured in his latest book, Organic, grow vegetables and raise cattle in the tradition of their forebears. Like food produced with pride for flavour and texture, these are photographs to slowly savour
The concept of Jonathon Porritt's new book The World We Made is brilliantly simple. Taking the viewpoint of a fictional woman writing in 2050, Alex McKay, it charts how world events and progress from 2014 leads to a new, much more sustainable status quo