A museum in Vienna has used classic paintings to raise awareness of how much the treasures we take for granted could change because of global warming.
“It’s going to get a few degrees warmer in winter, so what?”, say many people about global warming. The Leopold Museum in Vienna
Extreme cold swept across the United States this winter, while Europe had almost spring-like weather during the Christmas holidays. And last year’s continent-wide drought is likely to come back. We discussed the questions of weather and climate change with Erik Kovács. Interview.
Even laymen could observe that winters are
In Prague’s Letná park a clock counts down to the point of no return of irreversible climate change. The 8-meter-high, 35-meter-wide clock stands beside the Metronome, on the pedestal where the statue of Stalin once stood.
The clock erected by the organization behind Festival svobody (Freedom Festival), who are
Older generations have always criticized young people: they are lazy, spoiled, and nowadays also hypersensitive and always on their phones. Still, the so-called „Generation Z” (today’s teenagers and young adults in their early twenties) is unique: they were the first to grow up in the Internet age, and they
The question above may sound strange at first, but it is in fact the starting point for a very exciting expedition.
A Czech multidisciplinary art project, Future Landscapes, this truly diverse cast of characters explores the next stages of climate change using sound as a tool. Climate change and climate
Interview with David Moran, the COP26 Regional Ambassador for Europe, Central Asia about climate change in turbulent times.
Tackling global warming can only be done together. If a major country decides not to cooperate, the whole globe is put at risk. The key to these cooperations is climate change conferences,
Romanian and European politicians, business leaders, and environmental activists gathered in Bucharest last week for a meeting on climate change. Over the past half-century we have wiped out nearly seventy percent of wildlife, coastal cities are sinking—to name just a few problems—and all the while we are chasing
Everyone has experienced the heatwave caused by climate change in Europe. What is a heatwave for us is a drought for agriculture, and the damage is also historic. We asked climate policy expert Erik Kovács about the plight on the continent and especially in one of the most affected countries
Billionaire founder Yvon Chouinard announced on the company’s website that he’s surrendering his brand in an effort to fight climate change.
Yvon Chouinard built his outdoor apparel empire Patagonia in 1984 and garnered millions of dollars since then. However, the 83-year-old billionaire decided to give it up: from
The last weekend of August is all about the fragile Lake Balaton. BALATORIUM ecological x cultural weekend 26-28 August 2022 in Tihany and Örvényes.
What is BALATORIUM?
In a nutshell: a cooperation between researchers and creators for Lake Balaton.
The BALATORIUM program of the Veszprém-Balaton 2023 European Capital of Culture
We have experienced an extreme heatwave in the last few weeks, with temperatures of 36-38 degrees. How vulnerable are we to extreme weather? Are there measurable economic and social impacts of the heatwave? Read our article to find out where we give some tips to avoid heatstroke too.
Generations are panicking about climate change, but some people believe that innovation can solve the crucial problems of our future, which is perhaps not as horrendous as the media portray it. Interview with Bjørn Lomborg on innovation, third world development, and climate hysteria’s baselessness.
The title of your new
Romania’s forests are among the most beautiful in Europe, no doubt about it, but climate change demands a strict forest policy, which is not made any easier by the forest mafia, overpopulated bears and EU directives. Timber theft, mafias, politics: our analysis of the present and future of Romania’
We spoke to one of the greatest innovators of our time, Tom Szaky, about the “ass of the human environment” – waste management. Our interview with the founder of TerraCycle and Loop about the circular economy, the science of waste, and dirty nappies full of DNA.
In a previous interview, you
It all started as a holiday and turned into a career-defining project. András Zoltai, photographer, first visited Northeast India in early 2020, where he found something worth waiting a year and a half to return to, and then, despite the travel difficulties caused by the pandemic, to visit again with
Material consumption is no longer in fashion, traveling by air has become outdated, while the traditional urban planning method of people living afar commuting to city centers has also become out of date. We talked to climate scientist Diána Ürge-Vorsatz about climate protection, and the interaction between the individual and
We love to talk a lot about the importance of sustainable design. But is it enough to only change the materials and the processes to reshape the whole approach? Let us tell you: no.
The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has just published its latest study. The
The European Commission’s legislative package called Fit for 55, published yesterday, aims to achieve a 55% reduction compared to 1990 greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
This reduction in emissions is essential for Europe to be the first climate-neutral, emission-free continent by 2050.
“The fossil fuel economy has reached its
The Scandinavian company plans to deploy colossal wind-catching panels on the ocean to contribute to the fight against climate change.
These panels will produce green energy and satisfy the annual consumption of nearly eighty thousand households. This unique system, entitled WCS (Wind Catching System), will harness the potential of wind
The pairs of photos depicting the Antarctic icebergs and hunting cabins stand as silent witnesses to the threats posed by global warming.
In 2013, Polish photographer Magda Biernat traveled from the Antarctic to the Arctic Circle, through seventeen countries in the Americas. In the course of her journey, she investigated
Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat draws attention to the melting ice caps of the North Pole with its Climate Crisis Font, which is an excellent illustration of what global warming is capable of.
While with traditional fonts, we can choose from preset styles such as bold or italic, the special feature
Iconic buildings of Paris, London, Rome, and New York are featured in Fabien Barrau’s edited photos: the pieces from the series called News from the Future are dismal reminders of what we might lose if we don’t stop climate change.
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Ólafur Elíasson’s latest artwork is located in the Italian Alps, atop Hochjochferner glacier: dubbed Our Glacial Perspectives, the goal of the installation is to direct the visitor’s attention to a broader planetary perspective on the climate change.
The main element of the installation is an oversized version of
Dubbed FÖRÄNDRING (change), IKEA launches a new collection to help the fight against climate change.
It’s safe to say that IKEA is the one and only international company that has incorporated the aspects of climate neutrality and climate protection in almost all of its services and its entire product
Birds turning into skeletons and snow clouds transforming into thunderstorm: the stamps created by Finnish studio Berry Creative send a message about the negative consequences of climate change with heat-reactive graphics.
Commissioned by the Finnish Post Office, the Climate Change Stamps offer an innovative way of communicating the negative effects
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade, they say. A student group in Michigan
did just that when they created a beautiful, versatile glass out of species of
mussels dangerous to the eco-system.
Originating from Russia and Ukraine respectively, zebra and quagga mussels
started to spread in the lakes of
Many people think about how the coastal areas under great threats of flooding
due the effects of climate change could be saved. Here’s a new solution, this
time from a studio based in the Philippines.
As shocking as it sounds, countless settlements might be endangered
Living in direct proximity to water is not only nice, but may be a necessity for
many in the future. British architecture studio Grimshaw and Dutch Concrete
Valley responded to the challenges of rising sea levels due to climate change by
designing floating modular dwellings. The homes floating on concrete
As more and more people are starting to feel the negative impacts of the climate
change in their lives, the innovative ideas aiming to help save our planet are
given much more attention.
German company Sinn Power [https://www.sinnpower.com/] has developed a hybrid
offshore power generation platform that
The quarantine brings major changes into our everydays, will influence our
future lives and it also draws more attention to the climate change. The
following quite emotionally-charged animated short film rich in gestures was
made by an international team.
The short movie is intended as a warning message for everyone,
Balenciaga gave a foretaste to the audience how our life would look if there was
a flood at its fashion show held on the weekend.
Balenciaga [https://www.balenciaga.com/hu/] hosted the show of his fall-winter
2020 collection in Saint-Denis quarter of Paris, at Cité du Cinéma film studio.
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