“T Agitprop: 12 Artists on Climate Change,” by Zoë Lascaze, New York Times, T Magazine, August 22, 2018.
Art in the Anthropocene, by Alan C. Braddock and Renée Ater. Source: American Art, Vol. 28, No. 3 (Fall 2014), p. cover2. Published by: The University of Chicago Press on behalf of the Smithsonian American Art Museum
When Science Meets Art, by the Editorial Staff at COSMOS Magazine. Published in COSMOS 77 — Summer 2018, April 25, 2018.
Global Warnings,by Suzaan Boettger, Art in America, Issue No. 6, pp. 154-161, 206-207, June/July 2008.
Miami Herald Opinion page:Hey, Art Basel — we owe you one
Xavier Cortada’s Art: Inspired by Science, and Uniquely Miami, by Erin Marcus. Published in the HUFFPOST Arts & Culture, November 26, 2014.
Interactive Art About Climate Change in a City Where It Will Wreak Havoc, by Monica Uszerowicz, Hyperallergic, December 10, 2015
Painting the Genome for the Public, By Xavier Cortada. Published in Science, Volume 331, Page 548, February 4, 2011.
Environmental Art. By Sam Bower. Published in Animating Democracy, 2012.
Arte al Dia: Art in Antarctica, Kunsthaus, Review by Milagros Bello, edition 119, page 119, July 2007.
Green Museum, by Allison Compton, Public Art Review, Issue 40, pp 52-55, Spring/Summer 2009.
Public Art Review, Volumes 7-9 – Page 135. Published by Forecast, 1995.
New ‘Pelican Path’ artwork installed at Port Everglades, by Arlene Satchell, Sun Sentinel, June 16, 2015.