Apeel is hoping to help solve the food waste problem, with a non-toxic, plant-based solution that's applied directly to the fruit or vegetable, keeping them fresh for at least twice as long as they normally would.
This art installation by Klaus Littman is a dramatic, stadium-filling piece, filling a full-size football stadium with over 300 large trees.
Photographer Albert Dros has a stunning collection of photography of Greenland, showcasing the melting and rapidly disappearing glaciers.
The Netherlands has long been known for being one of the most bicycle-friendly countries on earth. They're doubling down on that reputation, with the opening of the world's largest bicycle garage in Utrecht, which can hold over 13,000 bikes.
108.7º F (42.6ºC) temperatures in Paris on Thursday marked record highs, and a troubling trend that climate change is causing.
The very talented Eiko Ojala has a new series that speaks to climate change, and the feelings and perceptions around it.
An adorable pop-up shop dedicated entirely to the naturalist and broadcaster, David Attenborough.
Is canned drinking water the stepping stone away from single-use plastic bottles?
In this strange and beautiful series by Madrid-based NastPlas, we see insects that have been thoroughly 'modified' to adapt to changing climate and the changing world of the 21st century.
The Washington Post has a collection of their 24 recent magazine covers that all feature climate change as the top line article. Beautifully powerful and relevant.
The Weather Channel has begun using immersive mixed reality to showcase some of the weather scenarios we may see in the future, and they're quite scary, to be honest.
Artist and technologist Sebastian Errazuriz has a novel concept for showcasing the facility and beauty of our planet Earth, using a custom LED panel, and live photographs, from space, stitched together to create a seamless vision of Planet Earth.
This simple, unassuming plastic chair is more important than it seems. Made from collected and discarded plastic fishing nets, it represents an important step in the movement to salvage trash and repurpose harmful waste into useful goods.
The next time you think about booking a cruise vacation, you might try to visualize a million cars. That's the equivalent air pollution that a big Carnival or Royal Caribbean-type cruise ship emits in a single day.