Pole to Pole: A Global Warning—How the Ice Foretells the Next Systemic Transformation
Sebastian Copeland is an award-winning photographer, extreme athlete, filmmaker, author, lecturer, and environmental activist. As an international speaker on climate crisis for more than a decade, Copeland has been featured on television and radio and has given keynote addresses to audiences at the United Nations, the World Affairs Council, and the General Assembly on Climate in New Orleans. He is the recipient of the International Photography Awards’ 2007 Professional Photographer of the Year award for his book Antarctica: The Global Warning.
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