The Incredible Journey of Thousands of Lost Robert Capa Negatives

Mexico City, 1995: At an exhibit of photographs of the Spanish Civil War, a man tentatively approaches Jerald R. Green, a professor of Spanish and Mexican art. He tells Professor Green that he believes he has more than two thousand negatives by Robert Capa, who has been dead for over forty years. For decades Cornell…

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Scientists Fear Climate Change Is Killing the Arctic’s Reindeer — TIME

Researchers working in Arctic Russia have expressed their concerns that thousands of reindeer could die this year as a result of global climate change. About 20,000 reindeer starved to death in 2006 and another 61,000 in 2013, according to a recent study. In these cases, heavy rains caused by low levels of sea cover and…

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We are killing everything on the planet – 60% of all species expected to disappear by the early 2020s according to WWF.  It’s a very sad world, a world becoming more sterile, colourless, less diverse.  What will be left for the next generation to gaze at in wonder?

Protecting Nature: The Photographs That Moved Them Most — TIME

Wildlife photographers play a major role in preserving what’s left of our fragile ecosystem – from capturing the effects of climate change on our planet to documenting species on the brink of extinction as they can no longer adapt to the changes that surround them. The greatest wildlife photographers are highly skilled experts with a…

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