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In 2012, photojournalist Reza Deghati joined forces with IDEA (International Dialogue for Environmental Action) to launch the “Children’s Eyes on Earth” International Youth Photography Contest, Festival…

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Reduce, Reuse and ... Power Up
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Growing up in Northern Alberta in the 1950s and 1960s, Cree Medicine Woman Nicole Gladu never dreamed that there would come a time when the rich sources of game that sustained her people would become scarce,…

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China, Raw and Tender
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On his fourth trip to China, energy and development specialist Paul Relis notices drastic changes in this country he fell in love with in the 1980s. Clay-roofed houses have been replaced by ubiquitous,…

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