Art & Ecology is a resource for teachers and an online exhibition of contemporary ecological art.
Artworks for Change
Communicating Ecology Through Art: What Scientists Think (Curtis, D. J., N. Reid, and G. Ballard. 2012. Communicating ecology through art: what scientists think.Ecology and Society 17(2): 3.)
econrtnetwork: a network of professionals dedicated to the practices of ecological art.
Environmentalism through arts is a forum for the creative, imaginative, provocative articulation of environmental ideas through artistic expressions.
The Harrison Studio
Imagine Science Films is a non-profit organization that promotes high-level dialogue between scientists and filmmakers.
THE LAND, an art site, is a non-profit organization founded in 1997, which offers residencies for artists and “maintains a twenty-acre exhibition and work site in central New Mexico devoted exclusively to site-specific, environmentally low-impact, land-based art. The site is located about eighty miles southeast of Albuquerque, in the foothills of the Manzano Mountains.”
The Land Art Generator Initiative is advancing the successful implementation of sustainable design solutions by integrating art and interdisciplinary creative processes into the conception of renewable energy infrastructure.
Nature Art Education – located in Finland’s Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, this research group maintains a worldwide list of actively engaged in arts-based environmental education.
The Sitka Center for Art & Ecology has a mission to expand the relationships between art, nature and humanity.
Sustainability & Contemporary Art: a blog exploring the deepening relationship between contemporary art and notions of environmental sustainability.
To life: Eco art in pursuit of a sustainable planet by Linda Weintraub