Insect-Based Pet Food Could Help Curb Climate Change

The way we eat undoubtedly needs to be transformed in order to curb climate change, but one area of the food system that’s often overlooked pertains to the “carbon pawprint”—aka pet food. A 2020 study by researchers based in the UK and Germany discovered that the pet food industry emits “as much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as the total emissions of the Philippines or …

Artist Stephen Morrison’s Clever, Anthropomorphic Canine “The Dinner Party” Installation

Sat around (or dangling above) an 18-foot-long dining room table, anthropomorphic dog sculptures pose as if drinking Le Chien wine and passing cigars amidst an extravagant feast—all in artist Stephen Morrison’s The Dinner Party installation at Boerum Hill, Brooklyn’s Invisible Dog Art Center. “At any good party,” the center’s director, Lucien Zayan, tells Brooklyn Magazine, “there is always that moment where everyone becomes drunk, maybe …

Four&Sons: Dog-Friendly City Guides For NYC + London

On Kickstarter now, two inspiring hardcover books for dog-lovers and their canine companions

From the founder and creative director of dog-dedicated magazine Four&Sons Marta Roca and NYC-based photographer Winnie Au, with editing by former CH staffer Karen Day and contributions from current CH editor in chief David Graver, two new Dog-Friendly City Guides offer insight on exceptional places to visit with canine companions. Published by Hoxton Mini Press, and funding on Kickstarter now, one book is dedicated to the …