Multimedia

A new film about Indonesia released as COP21 gets underway:

Hope – Indonesia 

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A short film about place, roots and change amidst climate uncertainty:

Islands In the Shapes of Nations (May mga isla na sa hugis ng mga bayan)

 

Location: Bulacan Province Philippines

Credit:
Poem – Kathryn Gwun-Yeen Lennon
Visuals – Christopher J. Carter
Translation – Dennis Gupa
Voice – Conception C. Angeles
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A photographers experience photographing climate change, living with Greenland’s Inuit community and his thoughts on the future of the Inuit way of life.

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The images are from the November issue of National Geographic magazine.
Albert Lukassen’s world is melting around him. When the 64-year-old Inuit man was young, he could hunt by dogsled on the frozen Uummannaq Fjord, on Greenland’s west coast, until June. This photo shows him there in April. All the photographs for this story were taken on the fjord.

 

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