Writer Ian Brown and photojournalist Peter Power learn that the High Arctic

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Fotos realizadas durante el primer Photowalk Avilés del GUM Asturias, coincidiendo con su primer aniversario.

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Writer Ian Brown and photojournalist Peter Power learn that the High Arctic
That's why a writer and a photojournalist from Toronto find ourselves driving southwest across the frozen ice of the Beaufort Sea with our Inuit guides, Clarence Kaiyogana and Roland Eningak, and two Inuit hunters, Bobby Greenley and his 17-year-old …
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To tackle inequality, the first priority is to fight climate change
Flooding and rising sea levels will have their greatest impact on many of the world's poorest regions. Photograph: Gideon Mendel/Corbis for Actionaid/Corbis … Second, we need to walk and chew gum. We can pivot and make operating in a way that …
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New Life for Presidio's Historic Forest
Looking out along the high western ridge the vista would have unfolded in rolling waves of sand and grass, dotted with scrubby plants that unfurled all the way to the sea. A few oaks lined the creek beds, and everything was bent to the wind …
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