sustainability

Scarcity Project Paulo Goldstein

Scarcity is Beautiful

by: Blaine Skrainka


Design student Paulo Goldstein fixes up the parlor at London's Central Saint Martins College, providing a lesson in creativity during a time of resource scarcity.

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Central Saint Martins, Design, Interviews, Jeremy Till, Paulo Goldstein, Repair is Beautiful, Scarcity is Beautiful, Scarcity Project, sustainability, The Wild Magazine
Farmers Fridge WILD mag

Redefining “Fast Food”

by: The WILD


The idea of a traditional vending machine is reinvented with a healthy twist by Farmer’s Fridge.

Tags: Corinne O’Dea, Farmers Fridge, fast food, Green, healthy eating, sustainability
Solar Plane

Solar Impulse

by: The WILD


Matt York/Associated Press A solar powered aircraft takes off from Harbor International Airport in Phoenix on Wednesday evening.   Read more about the pioneering flight here

Tags: Andre Borschberg, AP Photo, Green, Matt York, photography, Picture of the day, solar, Solar Impulse, sustainability
Great Barrier Reef WILD mag world

Our Oceans Matter

by: Blaine Skrainka


Just how important are oceans? Well, more than 3.5 billion people depend on the ocean for their primary source of food, a number that is set to double over the next decade. But with the […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, coral reefs, Environment, Global Warming, Green, iLCP, marine life, Ocean Solutions, oceans, Oceans +2C, Stanford, sustainability
Sea level rising threaten Pacific Islands

On the Frontlines of Climate Change, Kiribati

by: The WILD


Kiribati, a tiny Pacific island about the size of New York City, is both “in the middle of nowhere and at the center of everything, including the climate change crisis.” Under siege from rising sea […]

Tags: Bernard Lagan, cholera, climate justice, Environment, Global Warming, Green, Human Rights, Kiribati, Migration, Mike Bowers, Pacific, sea level rise, sustainability, The Wild Magainze, Water, world
Ana Kras, Sustainable Furniture with whimsy

Interview: Ana Kras, Bonbons for Your House

by: Laura Mallonee


Ana Kraš is sitting behind a desk in her Lower East Side studio, carefully winding blue string around a small cardboard rectangle for later use on a Bonbon, the Serbian designer’s signature woven lamp. Her auburn […]

Tags: Ana Kraš, Belgrade, Berlin, Design, Devendra Banhart, furniture, Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic, Laura Mallonee, Lower East Side, New York Times Magazine, Nico Kralj, Serbia, sustainability
Dr. Alan Robock interview WILD mag world

Questions for a Climatologist: Dr. Alan Robock

by: Blaine Skrainka


In today’s political and pop media culture, serious discussions surrounding climate change have mostly devolved into a maddening cacophony. While CO2 emissions continue to concentrate in our atmosphere and warm our planet, pundits squabble and […]

Tags: Activism, Alan Robock, Alberta tar sands, Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, CO2, Environment, extreme weather, Global Warming, Green, IPCC, Keystone pipeline, Keystone XL, KXL, loading the dice, meteorology, nuclear proliferation, Questions for a Climatologist, Rutgers, Science, sustainability, The Wild Magazine, UN, volcanoes, world
Rebuilding Rockaway Beach

Rebuilding: Rockaway Call for Ideas

by: Bianca Ozeri


After months of cleaning, New Yorkers have begun to rebuild their Sandy-devastated neighborhoods. It’s a triumphant step in rehabilitation for those who have been scraping ocean detritus from their basements since October—and for those who […]

Tags: Bianca Ozeri, extreme weather, Green, Hurricane Sandy, MoMA PS.1, New York City, Rockaway Call for Ideas, sustainability, world
Sanders Boxer climate change bill cap and dividend WILD mag world

Sens. Sanders, Boxer Introduce “Cap-and-Dividend” Legislation

by: Blaine Skrainka


This week, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) introduced the most sweeping piece of legislation to date aimed at tackling the climate crisis.  “The leading scientists in the world who study climate change now tell us that […]

Tags: Barbara Boxer, Bernie Sanders, Bill Clark, Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, Environment, Global Warming, Green, Grist.org, John McCain, Politics, sustainability, The Wild Magazine, world
Kowtow Spring 2013 WILD mag fashion

Kowtow Spring 2013

by: Joshua Katcher


The award-winning line, Kowtow releases their summer 2013 collection in stores this February. Featuring 100% organic and fair-trade certified cotton and fair labor production, Kowtow is influenced by sport, goth and geometric shapes and graphics. […]

Tags: fair trade, Fashion, Joshua Katcher, Kowtow, menswear, organic, sustainability, sustainable fashion, The Wild Magazine

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