A DESIGN LOVER'S GUIDE TO SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL IN 2020
Architectural Digest - The act of traveling right now oozes ecological contradiction. A trip typically consumes more precious resources than staying at home does, but can also remind a traveler of what makes the planet worth caring about in the first place.
THE STORY OF 2019: PROTESTS IN EVERY CORNER OF THE GLOBE
The New Yorker - When historians look back at 2019, the story of the year will not be the turmoil surrounding Donald Trump. It will instead be the tsunami of protests that swept across six continents and engulfed both liberal democracies and ruthless autocracies.
BBC - This year, millions of people around the world mobilised in protest to highlight the dire emergency facing our planet. Could 2019 prove to be the year when talk turned to action on the climate crisis? We looked back at some of the biggest stories of the year in science and the environment.
Grit Daily - Plastic pollution does not have a simple solution and Miranda Wang and Jeanny Yao haven’t let that stop them. Wang and Yao are pioneering a new way in which plastic can be diverted from a landfill or from ending up contributing to a patch of garbage in the ocean.
The New York Times - The year’s best climate articles found new ways to inform and surprise readers. In doing so, these articles, from across The New York Times and other publications, offered their own measure of hope.