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The Biennial Gwich'in Gathering 2016
Male and Female He Created Them
A young boy plays with a toy boat in the boatbuilding center of the fishing community, Guet Ndar.
The Hunter hunted
Rainbow city of Cajobi
A praying mantis eating a moth among zinnias
A sun drenched path at the Summer Temple
Consultants and planners assess the progress of the 'Nueva Barria', the new community being built on the mainland for the Gardi Subdub community to relocate to in order to cope with rising seas.
Southwest Landscape
Octopus Tenting at Night
Ice Plants
Victora Navarro is a community organizer in the Gardi Subdub community. She is planning and organizing efforts to relocate to a new neighborhood on the mainland to escape rising sea levels.
Rainbow World
"Moonset" near Banff
Pixie Dust
Maple Foliage
Elain harvests a fruit called maria in his family's farm on the mainland. His father planted trees when Elain was born in order to teach him farming practices and sustain him in the future.
What happened here?
Yin Yang
Close-up of the Queen
A woman gathering bottles to fetch water in another community. Due to lack of rain, many have lost access to drinking and household water.
Hidden Bonfire
Toad
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Victora Navarro is a community organizer in the Gardi Subdub community. She is planning and organizing efforts to relocate to a new neighborhood on the mainland to escape rising sea levels.

For two years, I've been working on a project that investigates climate change a human experience. Often categorized as an "environmental problem," climate change is a already impacting daily lives- especially among those already living in poverty or more reliant on natural resources for daily sustenance. The project is a five-part series, and thus far, I've documented two chapters: spending one month in Senegal photographing and interviewing the lives of fisherman, herders, and farmers; and one month in Panama documenting the politically autonomous Guna people, who are facing relocation from rising seas and lack of drinking water, among other changes.

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Portland, Maine, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2016
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2016, 7:11 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length: 70mm
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