Sidney-based artist Maria Antuanelle uses a special technique to produce breathtakingly beautiful paintings of ocean shores untouched by human hand.
As we speak, there are still people who question whether climate change and global warming are real. It is true that the changes occurring in the environment are often very gradual and not always spectacular, there are still unquestionable signs. The destruction of coral reefs is one of those...
24 years ago, the UN designated June 17th as World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought. The importance and the relevance of the topic is marked by the fact that water shortage is one of the main themes of this year’s greatest event in diplomacy, the Budapest Water Summit 2019.
On June 4, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced that the destruction of unsold consumer products is to be prohibited, and it will become compulsory to reuse or recycle such goods.
During Democratic Design Days, IKEA presented and announced several initiatives towards becoming people and planet positive. These include a new collection using waste plastic recovered from the Mediterranean, a prototype plant-based alternative to the meatball and an urban plant-growing collaboration with designer Tom Dixon.
Although consumers consider price and quality to be the paramount criteria, more than half of them would be willing to pay more for recyclable and sustainable products, a new international survey by Accenture has found.
Hungary is the country of spas and medicinal waters. Hévíz, one of the world’s largest biologically active thermal lakes, which offers healing and recreation on a surface area of almost 50 hectares is living proof of that.
A photo taken on the 13th of June in Greenland has shocked the whole world: Steffen Olsen, a climate researcher with the Danish Meteorological Service had set off with his sled dog team to collect a few meteorological instruments, but instead of ice, he found water.
A new study published in Nature, authored by 11 internationally recognised experts on climate and military conflicts has looked at the impact of the global increase in temperature on the incidence of armed conflicts.
An unexpected problem associated with the pollution of lakes came into focus last January, when a highly polluted lake in India caught fire because of the massive quantities of waste in it – and according to locals, it was not first time, either.
The cooperation between Adidas and the environmental protection organisation Parley for the Oceans began four years ago. It was in 2015 that they joined forces to create the Parley UltraBOOST running shoes, which have the special feature of being made from plastic waste fished out of the oceans and recycled polyester.
13 June 2019 was marked by a rather alarming phenomenon: an almost unbelievable quantity of ice melted in Greenland. In the course of a single day, 2 billion tonnes of ice turned into water.
The public art programme of the PangeaSeed Foundation aims to focus attention on the importance of preserving the oceans. Since its launch in 2014, more than two hundred and fifty artists have joined the initiative: their murals proclaim the beauty and the vulnerability of the seas in fifteen countries, on some 350 walls.
Record rains have savaged southern China, the heavy downpour has killed several people. Hundreds of thousands had to be evacuated and many roads and bridges were badly damaged.
Gellért Spa and Bath is one of the leading natural hot spring spa baths in Budapest, Hungary. Gellért Hotel and Spa opened up shop in 1918. It was later expanded with an artificial wave pool and a bubble bath. The original artificial wave machine, first put to use in 1927, is still operational and is a special treat of the spa.
In the 1950s, the vivid colours, loud lettering and wry humour of pop art held a mirror up for the nascent consumer culture. The American painter Karen Hackenberg follows in the footsteps of Andy Warhol as she tries to rouse the plastic-addicted consumers of the 21st century.