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Colorado State University
With our public lands under attack, I imagine a future where our parks are celebrated, not for the natural wonders within them, but for the resources we extract from them.
Lonnie Holley
Lonnie Holley
Middlebury College
This environmentally focused artist, based in Atlanta, Georgia, creates art as a form of remembrance and interaction with the environment.
Sustainable consumerism

One man's trash; another man's treasure. The movement to reclaim urban space in New York City inspired communities to start recycling, sourcing their food locally, reusing and re-purposing their waste and the "garbage" of others. (Shandra Furtado/Planet Forward)

The George Washington University
Today we see a lot of differences between rural and urban communities, which distract us from environmental issues, but why not examine the common sustainable ingenuity arising out of the simple will to survive anywhere?
Milkweed seed bomb

Emma Percy uses milkweed seed bombs to support native flora and fauna growth in Albert, New York. Milkweed is a native species and an important food source for the Monarch Butterfly. (Pixabay)

Syracuse University
Warrior-artist Emma Percy uses environmentally inspired art to reconnect people and the planet. Through the use of "guerrilla gardening" seed bombs, Percy challenges the culture of separation between man-made and natural. 
Together We Start

Purin Phanichphant uses interactive art to personalize the issue of climate change for viewers and create a lasting impact in their lives. 

UC Berkeley
Interactive artist Purin Phanichphant shows through his work that the way we communicate ideas is critical to creating an impact.
Underwater museum
Underwater museum
The George Washington University
My video explores the underwater museums created by artist, Jason deCaires Taylor.
Featured Contributor
Spoken word artist Dania Roach, a junior at The George Washington University, describes the urgent need to feed the planet in her poem, "Hunger: The Bold Brute". One man's trash is another man's treasure. One man's breadcrumb, another man's feast.... Read More
Minnesota 2020
The Living Green Expo seeks to turn values into actions to achieve the highest quality natural environment for Minnesotans through (1) presentation of products, services, information and other resources that promote healthier, more sustainable... Read More
Pratt launched the PALS program to work toward integrating sustainability into the art and design education community.
Planet Forward
I stole this video from a blog I read called "Honestly...WTF". The video you are watching features an environmental group in Berlin demonstrating how much individual drivers move in their cars. It's amazing to see the amount of paint streaked... Read More

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