VIEWS

Photo essays capturing different perspectives on sustainability

Capturing the City Beautiful in Gouache  

Take a stroll through the beautiful and sustainably designed city of Chandigarh with these 14 vibrant illustrations by Samia Singh. Chandigarh has a sleepy, suburban, laid-back...

Sustainable Design in the Heart of Brussels

Award-winning Gare Maritime reimagines sustainable space for business and leisure. Gare Maritime, once Europe’s largest railway station for goods on the Tour & Taxis site...

Agroecology in Cape Verde 

Farmers find in tradition solutions to drought and lack of rain.  Santo Antão is known in Cape Verde as the island of the mountains. It is the second largest island in the...

Inside the Albufera of Valencia

Spain ranks fifth globally with 76 Ramsar-listed wetlands, but 85% suffer alarming conservation issues. The Albufera wetlands include a freshwater lagoon and estuary on the Gulf...

Ingenuity & Frugality: Waste to Value in Dharavi

“If you heat a piece of plastic and the melted parts stretch out and strings, you know it can probably be recycled,” grins Mobin Sheikh. I am sitting with Mobin in a backroom...

Moulding Nature

Explore the complex interplay of nature, ideology, and discourse with a multifaceted exhibition Moulding Nature: Discursive Struggles over the Environment is a group exhibition...

The Warming Sea

Explore the direct impact of rising sea temperatures on coastal communities across the Mediterranean. The Mediterranean is the fastest warming sea in the world. Its temperatures...

Through the Indian Wilderness

Join us on an exciting journey through India’s changing wildlife landscapes. Photography and text by Surya Ramachandran It was an extremely cold morning in the Indus gorge of...

Climate Adaptation in the Italian Alps

Camonica Valley communities innovate, adapting to climate change with sustainable practices beyond tourism. Climate change impacts are already visible in mountains, which are more...

Bolivia’s Deforestation Crisis

The Bolivian countryside is undergoing radical transformation, critically endangering the region’s rich biodiversity. Bolivia has the third highest deforestation rate of primary...

Iceland Raw

With a population of just a few hundred thousand people living mostly in the capital of Reykjavik, the Nordic island nation of Iceland is known for its active volcanoes, bubbling...

Conservation in the Nilgiris Mountains

Traditional livelihoods and environmental stewardship contribute to conservation efforts in the Nilgiris mountains of southern India. In the 1980s, large area of the Western...

Spain’s Plastic Sea

A hillside vantage point provides a panoramic glimpse of the sea of plastic that has swallowed up Almería’s Mediterranean plains. Towns and villages rise from it like islands....

Environmental Changemakers of Mumbai: Tales of Local Heroes

In October 2022, in the presence of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Mission LiFE, or Lifestyle for Environment, intended to...

Into The Lagoons Of Lakshadweep

Vulnerable acroporid reefs host a diverse array of species that are intricately connected. The Lakshadweep archipelago is a group of 12 atolls located just off India’s west...

Otters: Conserving Lesser-Known Wildlife

Wildlife conservation is intricately linked with the health of surrounding ecosystems. In this VIEWS, Atul Borker explores this relationship through an interesting wildlife...

Cradle of Waters

The unique coming together of water in tropical Brazil. The ‘Cerrado’ – also known as the “Cradle of Waters” of South America – has a unique hydrological cycle that...

Brahmaputra’s Journey through Assam 

As the river Brahmaputra flows through Assam, it forms an indispensable relationship with all that it touches and sustains. Photography by Dhritiman Mukherjee Pulitzer...

PRIMARY: Defenders of Wounded Forests

Forests that can best withstand and resist deforestation around the world are those inhabited by indigenous populations. These local defenders of the forests are the untold heroes...

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