sustainability

FOOD

This, Apparently, Is the Most Ethical Meal in the World

Just how easy is it to eat food that won't ruin the world?
Sophie Wilkinson
5.3.18
Photography

Your Plastic Waste Is Killing Tons of Baby Birds

We talked to the photographer who documents North Pacific albatross and their garbage-clogged insides.
Harriet Renn
5.2.18
FOOD

This Is What Happens When You Eat Nothing but Bugs for a Week

For seven days, I only ate grasshoppers, worms, and tarantulas. It was absolutely awful.
Angela Skujins
4.30.18
architecture

Future Stadiums Could Have Delivery Drones and Holographic Replays

National Geographic taps architects to design the “Stadium of the Future.”
Laura Conner
7.7.17
Europe

When Festivals Respond to Their Environment, Magic Happens

We spent an enlightening weekend at Milan's Terraforma, the most exciting small festival in Europe.
Angus Harrison
7.5.17
neon art

Neon Sculptures Illuminate Animals on the Verge of Extinction

A pop-up art exhibit sheds light on creatures threatened by consumerism.
Beatrice Barkholz
7.2.17
VICELAND

What It's Like to Come Home from the Jungle

A group of interns says goodbye to Kalu Yala and prepares to return home on the season finale of 'JUNGLETOWN.'
VICE Staff
5.30.17
VICELAND

Kalu Yala's Interns Reflect on the Work They've Done

The people building the sustainable village prepare to share the benefits of their environmental work on a new episode of 'JUNGLETOWN.'
VICE Staff
5.23.17
VICELAND

A Rising River Leaves Interns Trapped Outside Kalu Yala

The young people building a sustainable village in the Panamanian jungle struggle to cross a raging, deadly river on 'JUNGLETOWN.'
VICE Staff
5.16.17
VICELAND

How a Sustainable Paradise in Panama Became a 'Shitty Suburb'

On a new episode of 'JUNGLETOWN,' the interns worry Kalu Yala is losing touch with its eco-friendly roots.
VICE Staff
5.9.17
VICELAND

The Interns Flee Kalu Yala on 'JUNGLETOWN'

On a new episode of the VICELAND show, the founder of a sustainable village in Panama weathers a revolt.
VICE Staff
5.2.17
50 states of art

100% Sustainable Art Blossoms in Colorado

Sarah Wallace Scott grew up loving nature. Now, her practice is devoted to reducing waste in the art world.
Sean Neumann
4.27.17