MCA Chicago explores how the source of all life also nourishes humanity’s most destructive, exploitative tendencies.
We need a new design discipline that shares and amplifies the innovative, radical thinking of the countryside, writes Hana Loftus of HAT Projects
As climate catastrophe looms, the interdependence of the urban and rural worlds has never been starker. The countryside can no longer be dismissed as a bastion of tradition - it is where the future is taking place, finds Edwin Heathcote.
As we teeter on the brink of climate catastrophe, we speak to the curator of a new exhibition exploring creative responses to the crisis
Waugh Thistleton's Kirsten Haggart makes the case for using timber construction to tackle climate change urgently
Hundreds of cultural bodies join the declaration of a climate emergency with an event to plan action
All 17 Stirling Prize winners signed a declaration promising action on the 'climate and biodiversity emergency'
Over half the world's population lives in cities, and the number is rising. How will the cities of the future look? Jamie Fobert joins ICON's editor to discuss climate change, high-density living and avoiding ego-driven design
Major designers and wealthy backers are envisioning techno-futurist visions for how humans will survive climate change. But architects working at the extremes say there’s a smarter way