What can nature's trajectories teach us?
In our new issue, we explore fascinating natural trajectories and life journeys.
We examine the movements of great migrations; the boundaries we draw over land, air and sea; the higher purposes we reach for when we run, bike or climb; the impacts of our ever-evolving culinary tastes on our planet's biodiversity; the ways in which technologies rewire our brains; and how wilderness lies at the heart of so many of our personal trajectories.
Thanks to our partners: Rolland & Oakley.
A Montréal-based illustrator inspired by naive art, mysterious patterns, caustic humour, and narrative imagery.
No Going Back
The fantasy and the reality of back-to-basics living.
Ascent to the Top
With her all-women climbing festival and community of climbers, Shelma Jun is reaching territory—on and off the rocks—that has never been reached before.