An Underwater Sculpture in the Maldives Is the Perfect Monument to Climate Change
The Maldives are the lowest lying nation in the world. The highest point is just eight feet above sea level, meaning the country’s culture and fate are intimately tied to the vast ocean surrounding it.
To commemorate that relationship and remind visitors of what could be lost to the rising seas, artist Jason deCaires Taylor has created a living sculpture garden in the waters of the largest developed coral lagoon in the country. Read More