1. The Power Of Community In The Climate Crisis

    Across the climate movement, it’s dawned on us that unless we work together, the issues that we work on will be much harder, if not impossible to address.
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  2. Iconic Protest Posters

    While today’s protest posters have indeed evolved with new media, they are by no means the first to visualise the frustrations of the masses.
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  3. The Spanish Farmland Series By Tom Hegen

    Tom Hegen, is a Photographer and Designer in Munich, Germany. Hegen focuses on aerial photography projects that show impact of human presence on earth.
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  4. The Birth of Earth Day

    In 1969, a 4.2 million gallon oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara became the most devastating environmental disaster in human history, destroying hundreds of miles of California coastline.
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  5. Above The Movement: Stas Bartnikas

    Stas Bartnikas, 46, aerial photographer based in Moscow.
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  6. Coral Reef Crisis

    These large, underwater, living structures are at the centre of the World’s biodiversity.
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  7. Meet The Originals Pioneering Sustainability

    Meet The Individuals Who Don't Restrict Their Practices To The Confines of Tradition
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  8. Meet Yasuko And Keitaro Hashimoto

    During a recent trip to Kamakura, Japan we met Yasuko and Keitaro Hashimoto. Every morning and evening they walk their two poodles along the beach and collect any plastic they see on the shoreline along the way.
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  9. Timo Lieber: Thaw

    Timo Lieber is a London based photographer best known for his distinctive take on our world from above. Inspired by the environment and the interplay of elements that form some of nature's most incredible shapes and patterns.
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