After almost a decade in stealth-mode, startup Rivian goes public with their all-electric truck and SUV models. Coming 2020.
We have no backup planets, no spares. This is the only one. The only one we can call home. This is earth. Please protect it. Original.
Artist Jing Zhang has a really nice series of posters exploring Nature and Us, using human body shapes to illustrate some of the ways our environments are changing, and the ways humans are effecting them.
We've been following Reuben Wu as an artist, sharing his beautiful and exciting work that pairs natural landscapes with geometric light-art 'drawn' with the use of drones. It's a fascinating way to showcase the natural world, and with his latest project, Wu …
Hurricanes are huge and devastating forces, made even stronger in recent years, due to warming oceans, and a changing climate. We're amazed by the ability for humans to now witness these massive storms from the vantage point of space.
With many places around the globe experiencing record-breaking heat, it’s clear that our planet is warming, and we’re already feeling the effects of climate change. The New York Times has a look at some of the hottest places on the Earth over …
eXXpedition is a pioneering, all-female sailing project that explores all corners of the globe, bringing critical attention to the issue of ocean plastic and toxins.
The New York Times has an important, if frustrating look at 6 of the most common items that are improperly recycled.
This month's powerful National Geographic cover brings the issue of plastic waste to the forefront. It's time to take it seriously.
Black ink made from air pollution.
Artist and writer Mandy Barker has a striking collection of images artfully showcasing the scale and absurdity of our plastic trash epidemic, and the way it's polluting our oceans.
A beautiful geometric raft with a living tree in it in Copenhagen marks the beginning of a new style of hangout spot in the Danish capital.
Matěj Kříž has a beautiful photo series focusing on ice caves throughout Iceland.
A fascinating look at AKQA's projected jobs of the future, in the year 2030.