Tag Archives: biodiversity

Art That Walks in the World

Two California artists are creating public sculptures that heal damaged ecosystems and eventually disappear back into nature.
Daniel McCormick and Mary O’Brien have received plenty of accolades for their public sculptures over the years. But the review they like best? The turtle scat that they discovered each morning along one section of their work. “The animals … Continue Reading ››

You, Me, and the Sea: Our Life with Coral Reefs

Picture, if you will, a clear blue sea. You’re going snorkeling along a coral reef. This is biodiversity on over-drive: Every square centimeter is covered with hundreds of little creatures. You see millions upon millions of tentacle-rimmed mouths—each feeding a tiny individual coral polyp—guarded savagely by resident crabs, fish, and shrimp. Right next door, a myriad … Continue Reading ››