Mitchell Joachim is an innovator in ecological design, architecture, and urban design, Co-Founder at Terreform One and Associate Professor at New York University. He has won many awards like the AIA New York Urban Design Merit Award, 1st Place International

When you see his work, don’t let your eyes decide what they are seeing too quickly. Italian-born artist Johannes Stötter has developed his master skills through intricate optical illusions. His impeccable renderings of animals and nature’s motifs on human bodies

Coral reefs, the most bio-diverse and productive ecosystems on the planet, are one of the most sensitive indicators of the ocean's health. Even though they occupy only 0.1% of the ocean, they are home to a quarter of marine species.

Globalized, interconnected, technological – these are just a few examples of the terms used on a daily basis to describe the evolving progress of our world. The more economies are market-oriented, open and liberal, the more the entire country as

Genetic modification is one of the most controversial revolutionary developments in the biotechnological sector. Production, processing, marketing, and consumption of GM food and common advocation that they have benefits still manage to cause a huge conflict of opinions among the

Biotechnology  is going through one of the fastest developments in the century, particularly in the field of genetic modifications. While genetic modification has been well accepted in medicine and pharmacy, genetically modified food is causing one of the greatest global

Juan Oliphant is more than an underwater photographer. While his photographs aptly capture the beauty in marine wildlife and his Instagram following is as impressive as the proximity which he can gain to sharks, he is as much of a conservationalist as

A Conversation with Michael New, World Expert on Freshwater Prawn Farming and Founder of Aquaculture without Frontiers (AwF) For a long time, aquaculture was the foster child of agriculture, but now it has come of age: output has more than tripled

Editor’s Note: This is Part III of an interview series collaboration between Michele Sciurba, Sarah Schuster and Captain Paul Watson. Paul Watson was one of the founding members of Greenpeace and when he left, he founded the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society dedicated to marine conservation

Skiing is a sport that not only relies on its athletes to perform, but also relies on outside forces that are uncontrollable. It relies on mother nature and the mountains around us. And in order for athletes to keep up

Hannah the Mermaid is an underwater performance artist. She is also a dedicated ocean activist committed to standing up for ocean life. She created her own fully functional mermaid tails and uses them to swim, dance and model underwater. Completely

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