Nature is a delicate balance of expansion and collapse, flourish and famine, growth and decay. Have human beings permanently disrupted this cycle, throwing the wheel off its axis, or are we just paving way for the next species to thrive? Is it still possible for us to return to a point of flourishing without collapse? Explore these questions with the Extinction Rebellion, the women warriors of the Amazon, and more of our heroes on the frontlines of conservation. Featuring contributions from Sylvia Earle, Elizabeth L. Cline, Ben Toms, Sam Rock, Stefanie Moshammer, Liliana Merizalde, Kristin-Lee Moolman, Gareth McConnell, Pieter Hugo, Simon Armitage, and more.
Cover by Ben Toms
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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.