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Sustainability Photos of the Year

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Contenders for the 2011 Prix Pictet, the world's leading prize for environmental photography, to exhibit in Paris next month.

In three short years, the Prix Pictet has become the global prize for excellence in environmental photography, assembling some of the most powerful images of sustainability (or lack thereof) from around the world. The theme for this year's competition is Growth, which organizers call "one of the great conundrums facing humanity in the early decades of the 21st century." True enough. The winner......read more

Christian Flatscher: Plants and Buildings

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Stunning photos combine greenery and architectural forms

Photographer Christian Flatscher, an architecture student in Innsbruck, Austria, combines landscape and building photography in cool and unusual ways. His precise and simple digital images betray his academic interest in architecture, but what makes them most interesting is the inclusion of natural elements like plants, trees and mountains. So right after you're finished gasping at the......read more

Nest: Ecologic Pavilion by Studio 1984

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Pastoral vibes abound in this low impact retreat in Alsace, France

With "Nest," Paris-based architects Studio 1984 have created a nature retreat that would make Thoreau and Emerson proud. Designed for the Archi 20 competition, the small pavillion pays homage to traditional agricultural structures in the French Alsace region where it was built. But while the reference to rural heritage is strong, the building features future-forward technical innovations in......read more

Still Corners "Fireflies"

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Director Christian Hansen follows synthpop duo through the Oregon desert

After a happy partnership with director Christian Sorensen Hansen on their "Berlin Lovers" video, London duo Still Corners re-enlisted him for this newish clip for "Fireflies, another track from their sophomore album Strange Pleasues. Hansen took the band to the Oregon desert to capture them amlbing in the dunes, swimming, and riding motorcycles in the sun. Watch above, and when you're done,......read more

Swimming Against the Rising Tide

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Secular climate change activists can learn from evangelical Christians

By KRISTIN DOMBEK It never feels like summer starts until the first time I go to the beach. To stand nearly naked and heavy from winter on the water’s edge, wade awkwardly into the shallows, dive under the first cold wave, taste first salt, surface and dive again to reach the calmer waters beyond, floating there until water and skin become the same temperature — this is the best way......read more

Sohn, "Bloodflows"

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A fantastic future R&B track gets a simple yet effective video, courtesy of Christian Pitschi

It's been a busy 2013 for SOHN, the rising, Vienna-via-London R&B act who earned plaudits for his performance at SXSW and recently signed with 4AD. His clicky, percussive track "The Wheel" had the music blogs going nuts a while back. "Bloodflows" is similarly awesome, and now it has a video to call its own. Directed by Christian Pitschl, the clip's concept is as basic as they come: it's just......read more

Greener Pastures

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T Magazine contributor Christian L. Wright on stylish travelers indulging their pastoral fantasies.

Just as bushy beards and Hunter boots have captured the pastoral fantasies of the urban fashion tribe, a taste for field and stream is driving the travel avant-garde. Nowadays, rural pleasures — whether it’s picking your own asparagus or indulging your inner ranger — have given rise to a new breed of back-to-the-land destinations...MORE -Christian L. Wright (Via T Magazine Blog) Photo:......read more

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