Photographers and videographers of the Arctic Arts Project bring scientific research to life by capturing compelling images of a changing North.
Scientists have been studying climate change in the Arctic for decades, and countless studies have quantified the wide-ranging effects of changes in the region upon the globe.
But for many people located outside the North, it’s difficult to visualize these changes — and to bring them close to their own lives.
That’s where art and photography can help.
Kerry Koepping, the founding director of the nonprofit Arctic Arts Project, works with visual artists to show how rapidly the Arctic is changing — and to spur action from people around the world. The photographers and videographers who collaborate on the project include Andrea Sparrow, Carsten Egevang, Joshua Holko and others. Read more at ArcticToday.
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