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People's Climate March

Hitting the Streets for the People’s Climate March

by: Blaine Skrainka


Scenes of young students spitballing social media strategies for getting boots on the ground is either inspiring or prosaic, depending on your personal level of cynicism.

Tags: 350.org, Activism, Anjali Appadurai, Bill McKibben, Blaine Skrainka, climate, Climate Change, Environment, Global Warming, Protest, Social Justice, The Wild Magazine
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Badass Motorcycle Girl Throws Trash Back at Litterers

by: Robert LiaBraaten


If you throw trash on the street, you will be punished.

Tags: Litter, Moscow, Robert LiaBraaten, Russia, The Wild Magazine
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Highway To Hell

by: Blaine Skrainka


We travel to the northern reaches of Canada to examine
tar sands oil development on traditional
territories of the First Nations people.

Tags: Alberta, Athabasca, Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Beaver Lake Cree Nation, Blaine Skrainka, Camilo Fuentealba, Canada, Climate Change, Crystal Lameman, energy, Environment, First Nations, Keystone XL, KXL, Mikisew Cree First Nation, MOTION, MOTION Issue, oil, shell, Suncor, Syncrude, Tar sands, The Wild Magazine, world
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David Lynch Ends the Ice Bucket Challenge

by: Blaine Skrainka


You know, this is—excuse me—a damn fine cup of coffee!

Tags: ALS, as the cavernous room that allowed light to emanate through it's blue translucent walls was evocative of an otherworldly space. Biophilia originally premiered last summer at the Manchester Internation, Blaine Skrainka, David Lynch, Ice Bucket Challenge, Lynchian
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#icebucketchallenge: Celebs vs. the Internet

by: The WILD


Who wore it better?

Tags: ALS, Amy Schumer, Cara Delevingne, Ice Bucket Challenge, James Franco, LeBron James, Rob Ford, slacktivism, Social Media, Suki Waterhouse, world
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A Panel Discussion On Sustainbility In Fashion

by: Maria Larsen


Patagonia, Loomstate and The International Labor Organization share their insights and knowledge about the transformation of the supply chain as we know it.

Tags: debate, Event, GCU, ILO, innovation, labor, Loomstate, Maria Larsen, Nike, Patagonia, sustainability, sustainable fashion, United Nations
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The WILD Survival Guide for an NYC Summer

by: Paola Quinones


From Memorial Day weekend, to the Jazz Age Lawn Party, to recent July fourth celebrations, there has been no shortage of things to do in the city. Here is The WILD guide to summer in NYC.

Tags: Ace Hotel, Fashion, food, Guide, New York, NYC, Standard Hotel, Summer, The Wild Magazine, Uber
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Golf Alpha Yankee: a Story of Iran’s Gay Refugees

by: Robert LiaBraaten


Documentary-maker Rick Flynn follows refugees on their escape route from the oppressive Iranian regime.

Tags: Golf Alpha Yankee, Human Rights, Iran, LGBT, Rick Flynn, Robert LiaBraaten, The Wild Magazine
Framed

‘Framed’ Questions Western Attitudes Toward Africa

by: Blaine Skrainka


It's a genuine human impulse to lend a helping hand, but what if we're reaching out with eyes and ears shut?

Tags: Africa, Blaine Skrainka, Boniface Mwangi, Cassandra Herman, Cassandra Herrman, colonialism, Framed, Kathryn Mathers, social media activism, The Wild Magazine, voluntourism, world
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Marley Apparel Debuts Soccer Capsule Collection

by: Blaine Skrainka


Just in time for World Cup fever, Cedella Marley, eldest daughter of reggae legend Bob Marley, releases a collection of casual soccer wear inspired by her father’s favorite football looks.

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Bob Marley, Camilo Fuentealba, Cedella Marley, Fashion, Jamaica, Karen Marley, One Love Gardens, Reggae Girlz, The Wild Magazine, world, World Cup
Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day

Good and Cheap: Healthy Eating for Those that Need it Most

by: Blaine Skrainka


'Good and Cheap' shares delicious but inexpensive meals plans with people on food stamps (though, any a penny pincher can enjoy).

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, food, food stamps, Good and Cheap, Leanne Brown, Politics, recipes, SNAP, Social Justice, The Wild Magazine, world
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Kind Surf Makes Waves for Good

by: The WILD


In celebration of International Surf Day, we highlight Kind Surf, a Spanish NGO that introduces the bliss of surfing to disadvantaged youth.

Tags: Almudena Fernández, International Surf Day, Kind Surf, Surf, surfing, The Wild Magazine, world
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Our Brains and Art, an Evolutionary Attraction

by: Kaelie Kelleher


It's the finer things in life that we're hard-wired to appreciate.

Tags: ART, creativity, Kaelie Kelleher, Science, The Wild Magazine, University of Toronto
Solar Roadways

Solar Roadways Could Power Tomorrow

by: Blaine Skrainka


These glass-covered solar panels are strong enough to handle the weight of trucks up to 250,000 pounds.

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Environment, Green, Indiegogo, Solar Roadways, sustainability, WILD Wire, world
WILD Stories: Vanishing Nations

WILD Stories: Vanishing Nations

by: The WILD


Island nations in the South Pacific stand at the front lines of the climate crisis.

Tags: Climate Change, climate justice, Global Warming, Kiribati, Malin Fezehai, MOTION Issue, photography, photojournalism, sea level rise, Social Justice, The Wild Magazine, WILD Stories
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The Contrarian Complex

by: Blaine Skrainka


This week the IPCC released an apocalyptish report on how the climate is affecting the Earth's ecosystems, the economy and peoples' livelihoods. We examine the concerted right-wing effort to hide the facts.

Tags: Aaron M. McCright, Alan Robock, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Legislative Exchange Council, American Meteorological Society, Bill McKibben, Blaine Skrainka, Catholicism, Cato Institute, chris christie, Christianity, Christopher Monckton, Climate Change, Climate Change Denial: Heads in the Sand, climate denial, Climategate, Global Warming, GOP, Green, Heartland Institute, IPCC, James Inhofe, John Cook, John Fasullo, Kevin Trenberth, Marco Rubio, Mitt Romney, NASA, National Academy of Sciences, National Center for Atmospheric Research, NOAA, Obama, Rand Paul, Republicans, SkepticalScience.com, Tea Party, Ted Cruz, Ted Kaczynski, UNICEF, World Bank
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Unlucky Gold

by: Joseph Isho Levinson


Eric Goode tells The WILD how luxury animal trophies are contributing to species extinction.

Tags: Eric Goode, exotic animals, Joseph Isho Levinson, Ploughshare tortoise, The Wild Magazine, world, WTF Issue
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Rêve en Vert: High Fashion with a Sustainable Edge

by: Anna Furman


Cora Hilts and Natasha Tucker joined forces in 2013 to found rêve en vert, a boutique dedicated to bringing sustainable high-fashion to its consumers.

Tags: Acne Paper, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Christian Louboutin, Cora Hilts, Emmanuelle Béart, Fashion, Hare + Hart, Jane Birkin, Kinfolk, Kings College London, Natasha Tucker, Nowness AnOther, Porter, reve en vert, Stella McCartney, The Sway., The Wild Magazine, Vanity Fair, Yatzer
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Fire and Smoke: Everyday Life in the Venezuela Riots

by: Haley Houseman


Jose David, a student at the Universidad de Oriente in Venezuela, discusses the state of everyday life in his city.

Tags: Haley Houseman, Leopoldo Lopez, Nicolas Maduro, political unrest, Protest, riots, Social Media, Twitter, Venezuela
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WILD Stories: The Peoples of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley

by: The WILD


Photographer, Trupal Pandya treks Ethiopia's Omo Valley in search of a beauty raw and rare.

Tags: benna, Ethiopia, hamer tribe, indigenous peoples, mursi tribe, omo valley, Trupal Pandya, WILD Stories

Towards A Greener Shade of Death

by: Claire Voon


The grassroots green burial movement calls for more responsible, eco-friendly alternatives to the more traditional types of burials to ensure a more sustainable future for funerary practices.

Tags: Carbon Footprint, Claire Voon, death, Environment, environmental movements, funerals, Green, green burials, The Wild Magazine
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The Face of Power

by: Blaine Skrainka


Youth climate activist Anjali Appadurai studies the power structure behind the climate regime.

Tags: Activism, anjail appadurai, Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, COP, Global Warming, Politics, The Wild Magazine, UN, UNFCCC, world, Youth Issue
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WILD Stories: Pier Kids

by: The WILD


NYC's queer community takes the red light district in a story both inspiring and heartbreaking.

Tags: Elegance Bratton, LGBT community, Nathan Proctor, pier kids, pier kids: the life, queer community, Sam Evans-Butler, WILD Stories
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Beautifully Brave Bianca

by: Blaine Skrainka


A lifelong advocate for peace, in every sense of the word, Bianca Jagger remains a global style icon, and most importantly, a tireless voice for social justice. As a young girl growing up in Nicaragua, […]

Tags: Bianca Jagger, Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation, Blaine Skrainka, Bold, BOLD issue, interview, The Wild Magazine
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Not Without a Fight

by: Blaine Skrainka


From the archives: Our conversation with climate advocate Bill McKibben.

Tags: 350.org, Bill McKibben, Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, divestment, Global Warming, Keystone pipeline, Keystone XL, KXL
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Four Days of Solidarity Reigned in Istanbul’s Gezi Park

by: Katherine Koniecki


Between the brutal police raids that ravaged Istanbul’s Taksim Square and Gezi Park, a four day halt in police force gave rise to a monumental solidarity movement among protesters.Tear gas bombs and water cannon police […]

Tags: civil disobedience, Democracy, Erdogan, Gezi, Istanbul, Katherine Koniecki, Politics, Protests, Taksim, The Wild Magazine, world

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