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Barren Ground Caribou in Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada.


ARCTIC THE CHANGING PLANET


Global warming and climate change are happening faster in the Arctic than any other place on the planet.


How does this affect me, you ask?


Documenting the changes taking place in the Arctic is an essential step to help people understand that global warming is real and is happening now̶and will eventually affect life as we know it around the globe.


The Arctic Documentary Project focuses on the region above the 58th parallel, a place undergoing a rapid transformation beyond most people’s ability to imagine. Nowhere else can the dramatic effects of a warming environment be so easily seen.


PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE WHILE PRESERVING THE PAST


To understand the future we need to comprehend the past. The Arctic Documentary Project (ADP) intends to capture in words, pictures and moving images what we see in the Arctic today.


Our goal in producing these multimedia materials is not just to preserve the images for posterity, but to inspire action.


Documentary Project With Daniel J. Cox


Daniel J. Cox has dedicated his life to documenting nature and conservation. His first experience in the Arctic was with Dr. Guravich, founder of Polar Bears International, in 1987. In 2004 he was invited to join the PBI Advisory Council and has been dedicating 50% of his time volunteering for PBI ever since.


The ADP is a joint effort between nature photographer Daniel J. Cox of Natural Exposures, Inc. and Polar Bears International (PBI), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to preserving polar bears and their habitat. In addition to documenting animals and their ecosystems, the ADP will produce media on some of the world’s leading arctic scientists as they conduct fieldwork.


Learn about Climate Change Download PDF Version of ADP Booklet (2.4MB) Click here to view this booklet on the iPad


Photos © Daniel J. Cox / Natural Exposures.com


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