Uri Løvevild Golman and Helle Løvevild Golman are National Geographic Explorers and conservation photographers who just completed a project and book they call their love letter to nature. “Project WILD” features images and videos from their 25 expeditions on all seven continents over five years. Helle spent much of her childhood sailing with her family …
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National Geographic’s latest documentary, The Last Ice, tells the harrowing story of how Inuit communities in Canada and Greenland are being impacted by the melting sea ice in the Arctic. Pikialasorsuaq is surrounded by “last ice area,” which is expected to remain when all other areas with significant summer ice will be gone. Protecting this …