What are the best works and exopositions on ecological photography?
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PHOTOGRAPHS THAT HAVE MADE US THINK ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE
An emaciated polar bear staggers in search of food. The photograph, taken in 2017, received widespread attention, sparking a conversation around climate change. Courtesy of Cristina Mittermeier
A kangaroo jumps next to a burning house in Lake Conjola, Australia, in December 2019. The bushfires that season were among the worst the country had ever recorded, with nearly 3 billion animals killed or displaced. Credit: Matthew Abbott/The New York Times
The photo of a grotesque garbage glacier clogging the Lim River near the town of Priboj in Serbia is astonishingly grim.
The UN photo project "Humans in the Climate Crisis: We Can't Leave Anyone Behind" shows the effects of climate change through people and their stories.
iNaturalist is a citizen science project and online social network of naturalists, citizen scientists, and biologists based on the concept of mapping and sharing observations of biodiversity around the world.