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Thursday
Mar152012

Photography Comes to the Planet's Rescue - "Chasing Ice" Documentary

 

Photo: Chasing Ice photographer James Balog

Chasing Ice has become an extremely important documentary project, combining the art of photography with the science of global warming to document and report on the too-fast changes to the planet's glacial landscapes.

Photo: Ice Canyon, Greenland by James Balog for National Geographic

Time-lapse photography has captured receding glacial terrain, shrinking ice caps, and other troubling effects from extreme climate change.

Photo: Chasing Ice

James Balog, a National Geographic photographer, the prime catalyst on this documentary project as he creates The Extreme Ice Project and sets about with a team of associates to provide irrefutable photographic evidence of Arctic ice loss due to climate change. Here's our Video Pick of the week, an excerpt from this important documentary.

 

 

 

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