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- “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” –Elliott #trafficlife #Ahmedabad #amdavad #eveningshot #climatechange #sky #sunset #streetlife #streetphotography #travelclick #travelphotography #photographerslife #photojournalism #photoproject #indianphotography #landscape #landscapephotography #peoplephotographer #likeforlike #canon #instapic
- “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” –Elliott #trafficlife #Ahmedabad #amdavad #eveningshot #climatechange #sky #sunset #streetlife #streetphotography #travelclick #travelphotography #photographerslife #photojournalism #photoproject #indianphotography #landscape #landscapephotography #peoplephotographer #likeforlike #canon #instapic
- “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” –Elliott #trafficlife #Ahmedabad #amdavad #eveningshot #climatechange #sky #sunset #streetlife #streetphotography #travelclick #travelphotography #photographerslife #photojournalism #photoproject #indianphotography #landscape #landscapephotography #peoplephotographer #likeforlike #canon #instapic
- 'Tis the season for gift giving! During the holidays, finding the right gift is only half the battle. Whether it's a DIY, upcycled, or store-bought gift, you've still got to find a way to wrap it up. For decades, we've relied on massive rolls of printed paper wrapping to hide our presents from prying eyes. Yet every year, it only takes a few seconds to unwrap a gift, and all that shredded paper heads off to the landfill. Luckily, with a little creativity and some clever DIY, we can all make the holidays more sustainable!
- & #39;Tis the season for gift giving! During the holidays, finding the right gift is only half the battle. Whether it& #39;s a DIY, upcycled, or store-bought gift, you& #39;ve still got to find a way to wrap it up. For decades, we& #39;ve relied on massive rolls of printed paper wrapping to hide our presents from prying eyes. Yet every year, it only takes a few seconds to unwrap a gift, and all that shredded paper heads off to the landfill. Luckily, with a little creativity and some clever DIY, we can all make the holidays more sustainable!
- 'Tis the season for gift giving! During the holidays, finding the right gift is only half the battle. Whether it's a DIY, upcycled, or store-bought gift, you've still got to find a way to wrap it up. For decades, we've relied on massive rolls of printed paper wrapping to hide our presents from prying eyes. Yet every year, it only takes a few seconds to unwrap a gift, and all that shredded paper heads off to the landfill. Luckily, with a little creativity and some clever DIY, we can all make the holidays more sustainable!
- #Repost @blinkdotla (@get_repost) ・・・ This week, @nimataradjiphoto shares visuals from his project on the impact of #climatechange on the remote village of #Shishmaref, #Alaska. Shishmaref is home to around 600 people, and is located 30 miles south of the #ArcticCircle. Flanked by the Chukchi Sea to the north and an inlet to the south, and it sits atop rapidly melting permafrost. In the last decades, the island's shores have been eroding into the sea, falling off in giant chunks whenever a big storm hits. In #2002, and then again in #2016, the City voted to relocate. However, 14 years later, there appears to be very little movement in that direction. In fact, the City Council elected in 2008 has largely ignored the previous plans for relocation and there is no indication that any new plan has been proposed or is in the works. Even if there was a plan for relocation, it is unclear where the funds necessary for such a relocation, which has been estimated to be around $100 Million, will come from. The Federal Government has no program or funds allocated for this project. So for now, this traditionally #InupiaqEskimo village where residents rely heavily on a subsistence lifestyle, #hunting and gathering their food, has adopted a sort of wait and see attitude towards their uncertain future. At stake is the existence of this unique native culture, which is comprised of Alaska Native Inupiaq people going back many generations. It likely will disappear should the city not be relocated as a unit and the residents end up scattered around in the mainland of Alaska. Pictured is Andrew Ningealook (left) and his cousin Thomas Eningowuk (right). They chat while a twin-engine plane makes his final approach before landing at the Shishmaref airport. Photo: @nimataradjiphoto/ @polarisimages
- #Repost @blinkdotla @get_repost ) ・・・ This week, @nimataradjiphoto shares visuals from his project on the impact of #climatechange on the remote village of #Shishmaref , #Alaska . Shishmaref is home to around 600 people, and is located 30 miles south of the #ArcticCircle . Flanked by the Chukchi Sea to the north and an inlet to the south, and it sits atop rapidly melting permafrost. In the last decades, the island& #39;s shores have been eroding into the sea, falling off in giant chunks whenever a big storm hits. In #2002 , and then again in #2016 , the City voted to relocate. However, 14 years later, there appears to be very little movement in that direction. In fact, the City Council elected in 2008 has largely ignored the previous plans for relocation and there is no indication that any new plan has been proposed or is in the works. Even if there was a plan for relocation, it is unclear where the funds necessary for such a relocation, which has been estimated to be around $100 Million, will come from. The Federal Government has no program or funds allocated for this project. So for now, this traditionally #InupiaqEskimo village where residents rely heavily on a subsistence lifestyle, #hunting and gathering their food, has adopted a sort of wait and see attitude towards their uncertain future. At stake is the existence of this unique native culture, which is comprised of Alaska Native Inupiaq people going back many generations. It likely will disappear should the city not be relocated as a unit and the residents end up scattered around in the mainland of Alaska. Pictured is Andrew Ningealook (left) and his cousin Thomas Eningowuk (right). They chat while a twin-engine plane makes his final approach before landing at the Shishmaref airport. Photo: @nimataradjiphoto / @polarisimages
- #Repost @blinkdotla (@get_repost) ・・・ This week, @nimataradjiphoto shares visuals from his project on the impact of #climatechange on the remote village of #Shishmaref, #Alaska. Shishmaref is home to around 600 people, and is located 30 miles south of the #ArcticCircle. Flanked by the Chukchi Sea to the north and an inlet to the south, and it sits atop rapidly melting permafrost. In the last decades, the island's shores have been eroding into the sea, falling off in giant chunks whenever a big storm hits. In #2002, and then again in #2016, the City voted to relocate. However, 14 years later, there appears to be very little movement in that direction. In fact, the City Council elected in 2008 has largely ignored the previous plans for relocation and there is no indication that any new plan has been proposed or is in the works. Even if there was a plan for relocation, it is unclear where the funds necessary for such a relocation, which has been estimated to be around $100 Million, will come from. The Federal Government has no program or funds allocated for this project. So for now, this traditionally #InupiaqEskimo village where residents rely heavily on a subsistence lifestyle, #hunting and gathering their food, has adopted a sort of wait and see attitude towards their uncertain future. At stake is the existence of this unique native culture, which is comprised of Alaska Native Inupiaq people going back many generations. It likely will disappear should the city not be relocated as a unit and the residents end up scattered around in the mainland of Alaska. Pictured is Andrew Ningealook (left) and his cousin Thomas Eningowuk (right). They chat while a twin-engine plane makes his final approach before landing at the Shishmaref airport. Photo: @nimataradjiphoto/ @polarisimages
- Schooling jacks outside the Costa Rican coast... 🐟🐟🌊🐟🐟 Most people consider the oceans to be an inexhaustible resource. They couldn’t be more wrong. Overfished 🎣and polluted🚢 for decades, this is becoming a rare view. #saveouroceans #saveourplanet #iftheoceansdiewedie #planetearth #costarica #isladelcoco #cocosisland #healthyoceans #overfishing #pollution #climatechange #scubadiving #centralamerica #englentravelphotography #myamazingjourney #jackfish #ocean #schooling #fishball
- Schooling jacks outside the Costa Rican coast... 🐟🐟🌊🐟🐟 Most people consider the oceans to be an inexhaustible resource. They couldn’t be more wrong. Overfished 🎣and polluted🚢 for decades, this is becoming a rare view. #saveouroceans #saveourplanet #iftheoceansdiewedie #planetearth #costarica #isladelcoco #cocosisland #healthyoceans #overfishing #pollution #climatechange #scubadiving #centralamerica #englentravelphotography #myamazingjourney #jackfish #ocean #schooling #fishball
- Schooling jacks outside the Costa Rican coast... 🐟🐟🌊🐟🐟 Most people consider the oceans to be an inexhaustible resource. They couldn’t be more wrong. Overfished 🎣and polluted🚢 for decades, this is becoming a rare view. #saveouroceans #saveourplanet #iftheoceansdiewedie #planetearth #costarica #isladelcoco #cocosisland #healthyoceans #overfishing #pollution #climatechange #scubadiving #centralamerica #englentravelphotography #myamazingjourney #jackfish #ocean #schooling #fishball
- 12/08/17 Colorado Ending the Day with Rainbow Haze from Aerosol Spraying. Name that New Cloud. #newcloudnames #namethatcloud #rainbowclouds #heavymetals #geoengineering #weatherengineering #solarradiationmanagement #srm #weathermodification #projectsolarshield #stratosphericaerosolinjection #manmadecloud #climateengineering #solarshield #geoengineeringwatch #wedonotconsent #inthistogether #atmosphericaerosols #weneedhereos #pilots #sky #weather #colorado #cloudseeding #climatechange #sun #lookup #notacontrail #meteorology #stratosphericaerosolinjection
- 12/08/17 Colorado Ending the Day with Rainbow Haze from Aerosol Spraying. Name that New Cloud. #newcloudnames #namethatcloud #rainbowclouds #heavymetals #geoengineering #weatherengineering #solarradiationmanagement #srm #weathermodification #projectsolarshield #stratosphericaerosolinjection #manmadecloud #climateengineering #solarshield #geoengineeringwatch #wedonotconsent #inthistogether #atmosphericaerosols #weneedhereos #pilots #sky #weather #colorado #cloudseeding #climatechange #sun #lookup #notacontrail #meteorology #stratosphericaerosolinjection
- This week, @nimataradjiphoto shares visuals from his project on the impact of #climatechange on the remote village of #Shishmaref, #Alaska. Shishmaref is home to around 600 people, and is located 30 miles south of the #ArcticCircle. Flanked by the Chukchi Sea to the north and an inlet to the south, and it sits atop rapidly melting permafrost. In the last decades, the island's shores have been eroding into the sea, falling off in giant chunks whenever a big storm hits. In #2002, and then again in #2016, the City voted to relocate. However, 14 years later, there appears to be very little movement in that direction. In fact, the City Council elected in 2008 has largely ignored the previous plans for relocation and there is no indication that any new plan has been proposed or is in the works. Even if there was a plan for relocation, it is unclear where the funds necessary for such a relocation, which has been estimated to be around $100 Million, will come from. The Federal Government has no program or funds allocated for this project. So for now, this traditionally #InupiaqEskimo village where residents rely heavily on a subsistence lifestyle, #hunting and gathering their food, has adopted a sort of wait and see attitude towards their uncertain future. At stake is the existence of this unique native culture, which is comprised of Alaska Native Inupiaq people going back many generations. It likely will disappear should the city not be relocated as a unit and the residents end up scattered around in the mainland of Alaska. Pictured is Andrew Ningealook (left) and his cousin Thomas Eningowuk (right). They chat while a twin-engine plane makes his final approach before landing at the Shishmaref airport. Photo: @nimataradjiphoto/ @polarisimages
- This week, @nimataradjiphoto shares visuals from his project on the impact of #climatechange on the remote village of #Shishmaref , #Alaska . Shishmaref is home to around 600 people, and is located 30 miles south of the #ArcticCircle . Flanked by the Chukchi Sea to the north and an inlet to the south, and it sits atop rapidly melting permafrost. In the last decades, the island& #39;s shores have been eroding into the sea, falling off in giant chunks whenever a big storm hits. In #2002 , and then again in #2016 , the City voted to relocate. However, 14 years later, there appears to be very little movement in that direction. In fact, the City Council elected in 2008 has largely ignored the previous plans for relocation and there is no indication that any new plan has been proposed or is in the works. Even if there was a plan for relocation, it is unclear where the funds necessary for such a relocation, which has been estimated to be around $100 Million, will come from. The Federal Government has no program or funds allocated for this project. So for now, this traditionally #InupiaqEskimo village where residents rely heavily on a subsistence lifestyle, #hunting and gathering their food, has adopted a sort of wait and see attitude towards their uncertain future. At stake is the existence of this unique native culture, which is comprised of Alaska Native Inupiaq people going back many generations. It likely will disappear should the city not be relocated as a unit and the residents end up scattered around in the mainland of Alaska. Pictured is Andrew Ningealook (left) and his cousin Thomas Eningowuk (right). They chat while a twin-engine plane makes his final approach before landing at the Shishmaref airport. Photo: @nimataradjiphoto / @polarisimages
- This week, @nimataradjiphoto shares visuals from his project on the impact of #climatechange on the remote village of #Shishmaref, #Alaska. Shishmaref is home to around 600 people, and is located 30 miles south of the #ArcticCircle. Flanked by the Chukchi Sea to the north and an inlet to the south, and it sits atop rapidly melting permafrost. In the last decades, the island's shores have been eroding into the sea, falling off in giant chunks whenever a big storm hits. In #2002, and then again in #2016, the City voted to relocate. However, 14 years later, there appears to be very little movement in that direction. In fact, the City Council elected in 2008 has largely ignored the previous plans for relocation and there is no indication that any new plan has been proposed or is in the works. Even if there was a plan for relocation, it is unclear where the funds necessary for such a relocation, which has been estimated to be around $100 Million, will come from. The Federal Government has no program or funds allocated for this project. So for now, this traditionally #InupiaqEskimo village where residents rely heavily on a subsistence lifestyle, #hunting and gathering their food, has adopted a sort of wait and see attitude towards their uncertain future. At stake is the existence of this unique native culture, which is comprised of Alaska Native Inupiaq people going back many generations. It likely will disappear should the city not be relocated as a unit and the residents end up scattered around in the mainland of Alaska. Pictured is Andrew Ningealook (left) and his cousin Thomas Eningowuk (right). They chat while a twin-engine plane makes his final approach before landing at the Shishmaref airport. Photo: @nimataradjiphoto/ @polarisimages
- As we know Copenhagen ´has the ambition of becoming the first carbon neutral capital by 2025. The goal is supported by the CPH 2025 Climate Plan, which the City Council adopted in 2009. A midterm goal was to reduce carbon emissions by 20% by 2015´. It is the case with boats (as goboat, tourism bus witch works with solarenergy) with that new regulation, copenhagen citizens are now allowed to swim on the Sluseløbet. (Policy of CPH 2025, stateofgreen) #cph #green #greenspace #changes #changinglives #global #savealife #buildings #responsibility #ecofriendly #greenmobility #sustainableliving #kobenhavn #consciousness #consciousliving #bethechange #greenenergy #openminded #mutual #community #solidarity #bridge #climatechange #denmark #copenhagen #building #kobenhavn #botanicalgardencopenhagen #environment #botanical #botanicalgarden
- As we know Copenhagen ´has the ambition of becoming the first carbon neutral capital by 2025. The goal is supported by the CPH 2025 Climate Plan, which the City Council adopted in 2009. A midterm goal was to reduce carbon emissions by 20% by 2015´. It is the case with boats (as goboat, tourism bus witch works with solarenergy) with that new regulation, copenhagen citizens are now allowed to swim on the Sluseløbet. (Policy of CPH 2025, stateofgreen) #cph #green #greenspace #changes #changinglives #global #savealife #buildings #responsibility #ecofriendly #greenmobility #sustainableliving #kobenhavn #consciousness #consciousliving #bethechange #greenenergy #openminded #mutual #community #solidarity #bridge #climatechange #denmark #copenhagen #building #kobenhavn #botanicalgardencopenhagen #environment #botanical #botanicalgarden
- As we know Copenhagen ´has the ambition of becoming the first carbon neutral capital by 2025. The goal is supported by the CPH 2025 Climate Plan, which the City Council adopted in 2009. A midterm goal was to reduce carbon emissions by 20% by 2015´. It is the case with boats (as goboat, tourism bus witch works with solarenergy) with that new regulation, copenhagen citizens are now allowed to swim on the Sluseløbet. (Policy of CPH 2025, stateofgreen) #cph #green #greenspace #changes #changinglives #global #savealife #buildings #responsibility #ecofriendly #greenmobility #sustainableliving #kobenhavn #consciousness #consciousliving #bethechange #greenenergy #openminded #mutual #community #solidarity #bridge #climatechange #denmark #copenhagen #building #kobenhavn #botanicalgardencopenhagen #environment #botanical #botanicalgarden

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