Atmos first volume Neo-Natural is a study of humankind's relationship to nature in the age of climate change, including topics such as resource depletion and regeneration, gene editing, cellular agriculture, and the increasingly inarguable effects of the Anthropocene on indigenous communities around the globe. It features contributions from artists like Yoko Ono, ANOHNI, Ryan McGinley, Daniel Beltra, and more, all attempting to answer the question: What does "natural" mean in the modern world.
Cover by Alexandra von Fuerst
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Atmos is an exploration of climate and culture, a biannual magazine curated by a growing ecosystem of adventurers, creatives, and journalists dedicated to pioneering progress around the world.
Each volume of Atmos places a different element of our relationship to the Earth under a microscope, from the latest developments in neo-natural resources to collapsing ecosystems to the nature of being human. In an age of fifteen-second social media journalism, the facts get easily lost— as does the critical nature of what we’re up against.
Through innovative design, in-depth storytelling, and impactful imagery, their goal is to elevate our collective consciousness surrounding sustainability and the future of our planet.
Welcome to the Atmosphere.