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36 stories related to Climate

A clear bottle of Air Co. vodka.
A Carbon-Negative Vodka Straight Out of a Sci-Fi Storyline
3 minute read
Michael Pinsky's Pollution Pod domes, with people inside and out.
Artist Michael Pinsky’s Climate-Action Plan: “Pollution Pods”
2 minute read
Pedro Gadanho. (Courtesy Actar Publishers)
Pedro Gadanho on How Architecture Must Adapt to Our Ecological Emergency
24 minute read
Two collectors weighing their plastics. (Courtesy First Mile)
A Not-For-Profit Reimagines Recycling and Supply Chains to Profound Effect
6 minute read
The “Urban Sun” installation at the Solar Biennale, designed by Studio Roosegaarde. (Courtesy the Solar Biennale)
An Energy Summit in the Netherlands Imagines a Solar-Powered Future
3 minute read
A large tray of compost heading into a white container surrounded by plants.
Why Human Composting Is the Future of Death Care
2 minute read
A carving board with vegan burgers and bacon, onions, a cleaver, herbs, and condiments.
London’s First Vegan Butcher Shop Sells “Meats” That Rival the Real Thing
2 minute read
The covers of four new books on the climate crisis.
Four New Must-Reads on the Climate Crisis
5 minute read
Two Grounded Packaging "stand up pouches" in black and white.
This Australian Company Aims to Make Packaging Easy—and Actually Sustainable
3 minute read
Ekosfere products
In the Bronx, a Shop for Everyday Essentials Operating Under a Zero-Waste Ethos
3 minute read
White curtains in front of stalks of wheat.
These New Ikea Curtains Literally Create Fresh Air
1 minute read
People planting a garden near a tree
A National Garden Program Connects Faith With the Environment, in Detroit and Beyond
6 minute read
Dr. Gary Cooper, founder of the re-commerce company Rheaply, speaking at the fair. (Courtesy Emerson Collective)
At New York’s Climate Week, a “Climate Science Fair” Cultivates Optimism and Future-Forward Thinking
7 minute read
David Wallace-Wells. (Photo: Andrew Zuckerman / The Slowdown)
David Wallace-Wells’s New Climate Newsletter Is a Must-Read for Anyone Concerned With Our Future
4 minute read
Paper bag on a table with food
How the Too Good to Go App Aids in the Fight Against Food Waste
3 minute read
Lidewij Edelkoort. (Photo: Thirza Schaap)
Lidewij Edelkoort Starts Up a New Master’s Program in Sustainable Textile Production
6 minute read
The cover of “Not Too Late: Changing the Climate Story from Despair to Possibility” (2023). (Courtesy Haymarket Books)
In “Not Too Late,” a Vital, Kaleidoscopic View on the Climate Crisis
6 minute read
Tatiana Schlossberg smiling next to the front cover of Inconspicuous Consumption.
Environmental Journalist Tatiana Schlossberg Shares Her Media Diet
5 minute read
Snow caught in bare branches in sunlight.
The Sensory Hit of Cold Weather on Our Noses, Explained
1 minute read
Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Dr. Katharine K. Wilkinson looking out over green mountains from a patch of trail.
These Climate Podcasts Focus on Stories, Not Statistics
2 minute read
Black denim fabric with pink cross stitches
In Minnesota, a Denim-Repair Shop Celebrates Wear and Tear
2 minute read
Musician Brian Eno
With EarthPercent, Brian Eno Helps the Music Industry Address the Climate Crisis
3 minute read
Clinical psychologist Margaret Klein Salamon.
This New Online Forum Lets Anyone Air Their Anxieties About the Climate Crisis
2 minute read
Herman Miller’s Aeron chair in Onyx Ultra Matte
How Design Can Reframe Ocean Plastic as a Resource, Not Waste
4 minute read
Four book covers from titles about the climate crisis on a white background
A New Digital Book Club Explores the Beauty and Fragility of Our Planet
2 minute read
The interior of Object Limited, with a floor marquee sign and rack of clothes.
Object Limited Is the Secondhand Solution We’ve Been Yearning For
3 minute read
Beatrice Galilee writing in a notebook with her laptop before her.
Beatrice Galilee’s New Architecture Conference Takes a Whole-Earth Perspective
4 minute read
Mental health and climate researcher Britt Wray
Britt Wray on How to Stay Invigorated and Accountable in the Face of the Climate Crisis
11 minute read
A submersible robot traveling below the Thwaites Glacier.
This Video Footage of the Thwaites Glacier Shows the Sea Levels Rising Before Our Very Eyes
2 minute read
Gabriel Di Bella. (Photo: Yè Fan)
For Eleven Madison Park’s New Sommelier, Smell Is the Most Important Sense
9 minute read
Three people underneath an Olafur Elaisson video installation.
Olafur Elaisson’s Latest Exhibition Offers a Hopeful Vision of the Future
1 minute read
Air Eau de Parfum by Air Company
A Carbon-Negative Perfume That Evokes the Earth’s Natural Elements
2 minute read
David W. Orr. (Photo: John Seyfried)
David W. Orr on the Inextricable Links Between Climate and Democracy
30 minute read
Courtesy Slow Factory
A Garment Recycling Program Confronts Global Textile Waste Head-On
4 minute read
Clothing from Patagonia’s ReCrafted collection. (Courtesy Patagonia)
The Best Way to Buy Used Outdoor Gear? From Outerwear Brands Themselves
4 minute read
Dr. Brian Fisher smiling and examining a pinned wasp.
Entomologist Dr. Brian Fisher on Why Edible Insects are Good for Your Health
5 minute read