1,100-tonne Zeynel Bey monument relocated despite legal challenge to Tigris river construction project
For steak, click ‘synthetics’. For veg, click ‘cotton’. Meet the Israeli bringing a new dimension to boil in the bag cuisine
The home of BHP and Mad Max can now take credit for kickstarting the large-scale solar industry in Australia
The team behind the next generation of sustainable buildings, including Sydney’s Barangaroo, aim to promote wellness along with preventing environmental harm
As bio-inspired engineering comes into its own, we take a look at the innovative technologies using nature as a blueprint
First Olafur Eliasson invented the Little Sun solar-powered lamp for parts of the world without electricity (and Glastonbury). Now the artist has come up with a solar-powered phone charger
Architects, designers and urban planners are borrowing from natural phenomena as diverse as termite mounds and resilient grapefruits to design smart, sustainable cities
While BP say the decision to ends its Tate sponsorship is unrelated to climate protests, museum industry insiders say campaigners are having an effect as they turn the spotlight on the ethics of corporate funding
A haunting new series by photographer Mário Macilau documents the children living in the city’s shadows, without access to electricity. African Digital Art reports
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Pierre Gonnord spent five years shooting Spain’s last generation of coal miners the moment they finished their shifts – an important record of a disappearing community...
Fifty years ago, a vast mural decorated in gold leaf was assembled 1km beneath Ben Cruachan. We go underground to uncover the story behind the country’s most remote art work
How can we live better with less? That’s what the Whole Earth exhibition, a partnership between the Hard Rain project and the National Union of Students (NUS), is asking those studying around the world...
One of the most emblematic features of East Lothian’s landscape, Cockenzie power station will be blown up on Saturday, its twin towers and turbine hall erased by the shift to clean energy and an unsentimental planning system.
Artists are installing work in the poisoned nuclear landscape devastated in 2011’s tsunami – and of course, no one can visit it. I can’t think of a more fatuous plan
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