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A Lens on Sustainability

Dec 29, 2021

The hungry human loves to look at food, relish its appearance. And while the process of food production is often depicted as wholesome, the food chain is something the end consumer knows little about in reality. Is our relationship with food unhealthy? If so, what must change?

Join leading authorities on the subject of...

Dec 22, 2021

Over 70% of the earth is covered in water and 70% of global trade passes over the planet’s five oceans. We know the ocean and its creatures, which have long featured in our myths and our popular culture. But can modern society learn to love, respect and nurture or only destroy it?

This episode features renowned author...

Dec 15, 2021

In the 19th century it was Thomas A. Edison no less who said “I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy”, but what does power mean for sustainability in the 21st century? Just a single word that, in different contexts, commands vastly distinct significations.

Join acclaimed photographer, Taryn Simon, co-founder...

Nov 26, 2021

We have millions of images rushing at us every couple of weeks. But will it move us more? Will it change more?

Offering a glimpse into the artistic mind of acclaimed photographer Nadav Kander, much of which apparently lays deep beyond the conscious, this Special Edition episode features for the first time our full...

Nov 12, 2021

Conflict. Destruction. No matter how optimistic one is about human nature, the world is also full of war and wherever there is war, there is documentation of it: not least in the photograph, the frontline’s witness to the world. 

This episode features for the first time the full conversation between two giants of...