NewsArt Basel in Miami Beach 2019
UBS survey finds millennials are becoming more environmentally conscious in their art buying habits
Not collecting sustainably? OK, boomer
Ai Weiwei confronts Amazon destruction in new film work
Dissident artist is exploring the disappearance of the Brazilian rainforest alongside China’s growing influence in South America
Street artist paints ginormous portrait of eco warrior Greta Thunberg in San Francisco
Cobre defends use of spray paint in creating eight-storey mural, saying his materials are environmentally friendly
Art storage demands flare as California fires rage
Calls for emergency art storage are putting pressure on art shipment and insurance firms
Cultural heritage experts rally in Edinburgh to find solutions to climate crisis
Supporters of new international Climate Heritage Network argue that the sector has a “moral duty” to act
Olafur Eliasson will create 'pan-European' work of art for Germany's EU presidency next year
The project, which is to be designed with participation from children and young people, will be supported by the Goethe Institute
Plastic bottle peril: Gavin Turk's environmental crusade marches on in new show inspired by Extinction Rebellion
Watercolours of water bottles as well as hundreds of discarded bottles from London's streets will be shown at Amsterdam gallery
A sustainable art world: greenwash or genuine commitment?
Frieze has long prided itself on its eco-credentials, but these small gestures are negligible in the face of the planet's immediate climate crisis
Art world impact just 'a drop in the ocean': Istanbul biennial curator takes on climate crisis
Nicolas Bourriaud examines the Anthropocene in 16th edition of the exhibition and says the “real issue is mass tourism"
Antony Gormley criticises huge carbon footprint of the art world—but admits he is part of the problem
British sculptor says there is no doubt that art fairs are "a profligate use of resources”
Jeppe Hein's ‘breathwork’ is headed to the United Nations headquarters
The project will be launched on the heels of the UN Climate Action Summit in New York
Old animals remind us of old people in this book of photographs
Isa Leshko’s images plead for the better treatment of animals
Don’t believe what you read in the papers: Venice won't lose its cruise ships any time soon
A lack of a long-term plan combined with the economic benefits brought by the luxury liners means a cruise ship ban will take long to implement
Extinction Rebellion designs go on show at Victoria and Albert Museum
Flags, pamphlets and logos by the climate activists were acquired for museum's Rapid Response Collecting gallery, which also includes Pussyhats and emojis
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Ackroyd & Harvey unveil 52 Beuysian oaks in centre of London as Tate declares climate emergency
Olafur Eliasson: the art world is 'trying to find its feet' on climate change
Artist's Tate Modern retrospective features works drawn largely from European collections in an effort to reduce carbon footprint
Shock tactics abound at 'carbon neutral' show in Moscow, with a live wolf, jellyfish and bees
Garage Museum's exhibition on the environmental crisis takes up the gallery’s entire space and could be the biggest yet on the topic
Are we worried enough about the planet to give up jetsetting to art fairs?
A truly environmentally friendly art world requires that we give us the 'freedom, privilege and progress to which we are so accustomed'
How the art world is going green
Those within the art world who advocate for environmentally friendly practices are finding a sector willing to do its part.