Two Australians, Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski, created the Seabin, a floating rubbish bin that can collect plastic bottles, paper, oil, fuel, and detergent floating in the ocean. It's a low maintenance and a fairly cheap way to fight marine pollution.
As inheritors of our fragile planet, four 13 and 14-year olds from Norway went on a skiing crusade to the melting North Pole with a mission to open our eyes to climate change and examine how the changes are affecting their...
Paris is grabbing the world's attention again, but this time, it's with environmental messages aimed at the world leaders gathering for the COP21 climate conference on Monday. 600 fake posters denouncing major corporations were installed behind the glass at bus stops...
People Sent Their Shoes Because The City of Paris Forbid The “Climate March” on Sunday 28th Nov 2015
Even some celebrities sent their shoes like Pope Francis, UN General Secretary Ban Ki Moon and Marion Cotillard
A controversial NASA report has concluded that more ice is accumulating in the Antarctic than is being lost due to climate change. Issued last week, the report, "Mass Gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet Greater than Losses," concluded that Antarctica is is...
We are used to enjoy our comfortable daily routine without thinking how much does it cost to the planet. Unfortunately, destroying the planet means destroying ourselves, so joke is on us - all the droughts, floods and extreme water and air...
Yin Yang is a result of the same kind of belief and thought process. Everyday natural disasters and environmental hazards triggered the observation that the state of environment is imbalanced. Hence the idea - “Bring back the balance” was born.
I have been traveling to various Native American territories to photograph children and discuss the environmental concerns that affect their communities. The children I photograph are not victims, they are change makers, activists, and future leaders.
They are warriors who carry the...
This series of work partially displays my appreciation of the natural world and the life of what we consider inanimate objects. It is also a depiction of my humiliation from being a part of the only species that is destroying it.