My ecosystems explore concepts of climate anxiety and the Anthropocene through constructed closed environments and carefully maintained biological systems. These living assemblages require an understanding of ecological systems and the balance of elements needed to create equilibrium—concepts deeply relevant to our current climate crisis. This compulsion to preserve during a looming crisis recalls the parable of Noah and the Great Flood telling of a last-ditch effort, despite humanity, to protect the natural world during an apocalypse brought about by environmental disaster. Floating and submerged vessels containing microenvironments balance a sense of beauty and fragility—carefully titrated organic interactions protected only by a thin layer of glass. Their forms suggest both the sentimentality of messages in bottles and safeguarded specimens like the Svalbard Seed Vault.