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The bow of a boat as it cuts through water covered in snowy ice. Rocky land looms in the distance.

The Edge of Ice and Sea

Editor’s Note: Filmmaker Jessica Plumb spent a week aboard a steel-hulled schooner in June of 2022. From the deck, she and her family explored Western Greenland, witnessing the effects of climate Continue reading

The Disinformation Machine

This story is part two of Deny and Delay: Inside the Climate Disinformation Machine, a series on the effects of climate misinformation on democracy. Read part one here. Co-produced with Columbia Continue reading

A black and white photo of an impressive stone building.

In Pursuit of the Sacred

For the past forty years, I have traveled the world as a photographer in search of sacred sites and landscapes. In that pursuit, I have always asked myself what sacredness really Continue reading

An abstract image of red, blue, and white swirls. It looks like blood, and it looks likeoil

In Range

100. I live my life in lines, a series of graphs, dots, or blips, readings that register the health of my personal landscape. When the line goes up, mucous begins to Continue reading