Stories, Lesson Plans & More
This photo essay explores our relationship to nature and the consequences of global climate change through images of a rapidly melting glacier in the Alps.
This series features tintype photographs of the remaining speakers of endangered Indigenous languages in North America.
A forested river gorge in the hidden land of Pemakö, which exists deep within the heart of the Tibetan Buddhist belief system, is now threatened by the grind of industry.
These photos by Sheila Pree Bright share intimate moments of mourning and inspiration within the Black Lives Matter movement.
The loss of our connection to darkness and to the night sky is emblematic of our deeper separation from the natural world.
These photos document the channelization of the Los Angeles River and the resiliency of the natural world.
These photographs document the resurgence of fish in the once nearly barren Aral Sea.
Learn about the Dukha, traditional reindeer herders of Northern Mongolia.
These photographs present portraits of contemporary Native Americans.
Learn about the human impacts of the palm oil industry in Myanmar.
These photos portray the town of Flint and its residents as they persevere through the water crisis in 2014.
Photographer Diane Barker captures the changes taking place for the nomadic mountain people of Tibet.
These photographs depict refugees as they cross borders on their way to northern Europe.
These photos depict life in Peru and the impacts of progress on people and the environment.
These photographs capture Nepal's efforts to protect irreplaceable cultural artifacts after the 8.7 magnitude earthquake in 2015.