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Dark Skies
The loss of our connection to darkness and to the night sky is emblematic of our deeper separation from the natural world.
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A Possible River

Bear Guerra documents the channelization of the Los Angeles River and the resiliency of the natural world.

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The Aral Sea

Photographer Taylor Weidman documents the resurgence of fish in the once nearly barren Aral Sea.

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Mongolian Reindeer Herders Defend Traditions

The Dukha are one of the smallest ethnic minority groups in the world and lead a traditional nomadic lifestyle dependent on the reindeer they herd.

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We Are Still Here

“We Are Still Here” presents portraits of Native Americans from a variety of tribes, both in traditional regalia and ordinary street clothes.

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Palm Oil in Myanmar
While working in Myanmar over the last few years, I followed the news stories about forced labor and illegal human trafficking of Burmese workers. In 2016, …
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The Fall of Flint

Photographer Matt Black captures striking images of residents coping with the effects of the Flint water crisis.

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Drokpa: The Nomadic Mountain People of Tibet
Photographer Diane Barker captures the changes taking place for the nomadic mountain people of Tibet.
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Crossing Borders
I had never imagined that I would be doing a refugee story practically on my own doorstep. I had been following reports for quite a while on what was happening …
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La Carretera: Life and Change Along Peru's Interoceanic Highway
The Interoceanic Highway is the first paved route to connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans across South America. In this photo essay, Roberto "Bear" Guerra …
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The Nepal Quake: Protecting Cultural Heritage
On April 25, 2015, Nepal suffered a magnitude 7.8 earthquake killing over 8,000 people and injuring thousands more. The quake damaged buildings throughout the …
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Waiting to Move
The village of Shishmaref, inhabited for 400 years, is located on a small barrier island in the Chukchi Sea in northwestern Alaska. Home to a modern Inupiaq community, …
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The Geography of Poverty
Photographer Matt Black creates a unique overview of poverty throughout California’s Central Valley using striking images, geolocations, and poverty data. …
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Moken Sea Nomads
Often called sea nomads or sea gypsies, the Moken are seafaring people who have been living on the Andaman Sea in Thailand for centuries. Due to stricter border …
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Kiribati is Gone
I travelled to Kiribati for a month to witness firsthand the problems and challenges of everyday living in the small island country. The story of Kiribati, located …
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