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Earth Photography by Daniel Beltra

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A selection of staggering images from the renowned conservation photographer

We first became aware of award-winning conservation photographer Daniel Beltra via his amazing Spill series, a collection of aerial shots documenting the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At once sickening and beautiful, the photos landed Beltra a Prix Pictet nomination. But Beltra's environmental photo portfolio goes much, much deeper than that. His work, on the ground and shooting......read more

Daniel McCormick: Methods and Materials

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New show highlights the practice of an eco-art pioneer.

The term "environmental art" is a bit misleading, in that it encompasses all sorts of artistic interventions in nature, whether the works are "good" for the environment or not. Many of the most famous environmental artworks were made using heavy machinery, causing permanent changes to landscapes in the name of art.  Daniel McCormick is an eco-artist in the truest sense. For over twenty-five......read more

Removing Mountains

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Daniel Shea captures the destructive process of mountaintop mining in the Appalachians

Turns out mountains really can be moved. Or rather, removed. Mountaintop removal, as the name implies, involves blasting away the tops of mountains in order to expose the coal seams underneath. The resulting tons of dirt and stone are typically discarded into nearby valleys and streams, with devastating impacts on mountain ecosystems. The process is particularly prevalent in the Appalachians,......read more

11 Chefs Changing the Food System

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Food Tank co-founder Danielle Nierenberg highlights a few pioneers in the sustainable food movement

Danielle Nierenberg for The Huffington Post: In the United States, everyone becomes a chef on the Fourth of July. Whether hosting a backyard barbeque or an elegant brunch, Independence Day is as much about sharing a meal with family and friends as it as about observing the nation's birthday. While preparing your own culinary feats for the Fourth, it's never a bad idea to take tips from the......read more

A Nordic Vacation with Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek

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Austrian photographer takes us on a summer excursion to a Finnish lake

Is there anyone else out there who can't wait to leave work behind and spend some lazy summer days by a body of water? If so, these pics from Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek aren't going to make you feel any more patient. Last summer, the Vienna-based photographer traveled with his girlfriend and dog to the Finnish forests of Harjumaa, where they settled into a tiny cabin on a lake. The photos......read more

The World We Live In

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Magical travel photography by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek

After gaining invaluable experience as an intern at Magnum in New York City, Austrian photographer Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek (previously) has become a go-to picture-taker for magazines like VICE, Vanity Fair, Monocle, Travel + Leisure, and more. But it's Daniel's personal projects, generally involving travel and adventure, that really get us jazzed. The World We Live In is a great example.......read more

Daniel Handal: Between Forest and Field

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Young farmers head back to the land in New York's Hudson Valley

Like we recently mentioned, the sustainable farming movement is alive and growing in New York's Hudson River Valley. NYC photog Daniel Handal documents the back-to-the-land movement thriving in the area with a collective portrait called Between Forest and Field. These are not old and crusty farmers, desperately hanging on to a rural life their children have left behind. No sir. These are......read more

Thank You for Sharing

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Collaborative consumption is the new rideshare, writes Daniela Walker for our friends at Collectively

Daniela Walker for Collectively: Six years ago the idea of a stranger staying your in apartment while you were away was an uncomfortable thought. Who would want a stranger snooping around their stuff? Invading their private space? And then people began to realize that they could make money from strangers inhabiting their place and thus, Airbnb was born. While that is not an accurate history......read more

This Furniture Used to be Political Campaign Signs

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By Daniela Walker for Collectively

After the dust has settled on an election in Brazil, there is one visible reminder of what went down: piles of political campaign sandwich boards strewn across streets and sidewalks, no longer wanted or needed. In the country's capital, Brasilia, there is 50 tons of campaign trash leftover each election year, according to JWT Brazil. But this year, Mobilise Brasil, a non-profit initiative that......read more

Animal Architecture

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Artist Daniel Arsham explores the intersection of nature and architecture.

In his new show opening in Paris this weekend, Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Arsham zeroes in on the areas where the natural and the manufactured meet. Featuring ink drawings and 3D sculpture, "Animal Architecture" is a study in juxtaposition. A modernist architectural ruin is pictured inside a cave. A kangaroo looks perplexedly at a slab of concrete floating in the landscape. A......read more

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