2) Grist article about climate change art
3) Take a slideshow tour of eco-ish museums
4) View some stunning photographs of birds in the wild
6) Play to Stop – Europe for Climate is a collaboration between MTV and EU Climate Action to get the “young’uns” to give a damn. Because I’m not in the mood to tell you about it, I’ll let someone else do it:
The campaign will involve three concerts, TV spots, webcasts and games, and editorial content about the battle against climate change.
The concerts will be connected with major events related to climate change. The first concert, by Moby, will be in Stockholm and will be linked to World Water Week. The second and third concerts (entertainers yet to be announced) will be in Budapest linked to Mobility Week and in Copenhagen linked to the Climate Conference.
Other famous celebrities involved in the campaign will be the Bulgarian tennis player Magdalena Maleeva, Danish singer Anna David, Italian TV star Paola Maugeri, Polish entertainer Michal Pirog, and Romanian climate activist Serban Miron Copot.
So you go, make an account, and watch videos and so on. There is a knowledge test and games you can play to go to the concerts. This is open to people 18 years old+ in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
Read more about it at PlanetSave.
7) See NASA’s sexy, first-ever images of “night-shining” clouds possibly linked to global warming. They were captured by the AIM, or Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere, satellite at different dates.
8 ) Holy Jezeus it’s an office atop a tree! And it is gorrrgeous.
9) Check out photos of living, growing furniture. ‘Nuff said.
10) Get crafty with ideas to make throw pillows, homemade lava lamps, and more by reusing stuff you already have.