NOVEMBER I DECEMBER 2015 VOL. 34 I NO. 6
art by mike reagan
The success of large wildlife corridors depends as much on sharing
space as it does on stitching the
photographs by kathryn kolb
In a folk-art studio, a wily and
invasive vine is crafted into a
A social justice movement uses the
visual arts to spotlight communities
on the frontlines of climate change.
Long before Central Park, America’s
cemeteries provided city dwellers a
way to be in nature.
photographs by ingo arndt
Many of the most intricate and
durable constructions on Earth
aren’t made by people.
Some female primates — humans
included — want a baby so badly
Does assigning labels to the
natural world strengthen or
diminish one’s capacity for