Designer, researcher, and educator Sahoko Yui provides an in-depth look at “the complex interplay of structural, social, and environmental issues in the food chain” explored by Climate Council members during their July meeting in California’s Central Valley.
Anja Laubscher interviews with Before It’s Too Late Founder Linda Cheung about the Miami Murals campaign, a series of murals designed to highlight the realities of sea-level rise in the Miami-Dade are through digital interactive design via a smartphone app.
On Saturday, April 21st, New York City celebrated Car-Free Earth Day by closing Broadway–the city’s “grid disruptor” and oldest travel route–to all vehicular traffic. People walked, rode bicycles, sat, relaxed, and chatted, enjoying the newfound space made available by banning automobiles for this brief moment in time.
Through our projects in vulnerable areas of the planet, we’ve witnessed the devastating effects of climate change. We’ve also observed firsthand the willingness—and even enthusiasm—achieved when communities come together around the same table, no matter their partisan divides, to develop creative solutions for protecting their cities, so that they too can find continued joy in their natural environments.