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Wine & Bar Series by Aurelien Barbry

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Warm up your bar with this cork collection for Normann Copenhagen. $29.00

As far as wooden design materials go, it doesn't get more sustainable than cork. The rapidly renewable resource is super versatile and warm-looking to boot, as designer Aurélien Barbry proves with the Wine & Bar Series created for Normann Copenhagen. Inspired by the use of cork as a bottle sealer in traditional wine production, this complete range of cork accessories......read more

Caren Alpert: Terra Cibus

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Extraordinary photos of food shot with an electron microscope

Bay Area fine art photographer Caren Alpert brings together her interests in food, science, and art to create these vivid, incredibly detailed images of food. Shot with a scanning electron microscope, the photos render common eats as abstract, otherworldly landscapes.  "Because I’m a science geek at heart, it’s not such a far leap to explore food in a way that no one else has,"......read more

Unchopping A Tree

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Powerful and beautiful video piece by Maya Lin debuted in Copenhagen.

This gorgeously produced video from world-renowned artist Maya Lin really packs a punch. We love Maya Lin's work in general - her earth wave at Stormking was something the SHFT team got very excited about. A pile of heavy-hitting doners contributed to this piece, which was produced by Radical Media - one of the top production companies around. Part of Maya Lin's last memorial entitled......read more

Hedonistic Rooftop Penthouses by JDS Architects

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A magnificent, multifunctional green roof in Copenhagen

Belgian architectural firm JDS Architects recently completed a project in Copenhagen that features one of the coolest green roofs we've seen yet. The highlight of the Hedonistic Rooftop Penthouses project is a "missing garden" above the apartments that provides residents with a private and safe place to play and enjoy the outdoors. The rooftop garden features a playground with shock-absorbing......read more

Visualizing the Spill

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Interactive mapping tool provides enlightening – and frightening – perspective on scope of disaster.

Just how big is the Gulf Coast oil spill? Estimates suggest anywhere from 20 to 45 million gallons of raw crude have spewed into the Gulf of Mexico to date. And things may get worse before they get better. With figures that big, it's hard to wrap your head around the scale of the disaster. What does that much oil look like? This interactive mapping tool provides an enlightening – and......read more

Reason To Believe

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In the wake of Copenhagen's failure—and the resignation of the UN climate change chief—a bipartisan Senate bill offers a glimmer of legislative hope.

Those still hoping global leaders will band together in the face of climate change have found little justification for their optimism lately. First, the Copenhagen negotiations were, by most accounts, a spectacular failure. Now the leader of those negotiations, Yvo de Boer, has resigned as Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. For the time being, an......read more

RETHINK - Contemporary Art and Climate Change

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Art exhibition in Copenhagen explores the interesection of art, culture and global warming.

I recently met Beth Terry, the author of a great blog on plastic pollution called Fake Plastic Fish (the definitive resource on our culture’s obsession with plastics) at a very sobering event – the return from an expedition to Midway Island with photographer Chris Jordan, who traveled there with a film crew to document the “plastic graveyard.” Midway is literally “midway” from......read more

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