Join us on November 12 for a very special Google+ Hangout on Air with wildlife photographer Paul Nicklen. Paul uses his camera to reveal the nature of the changing polar regions due to the effects of a warming planet. “I call myself an interpreter and a translator,” says Nicklen. “I translate what the scientists are telling me. If we lose ice, we stand to lose an entire eco-system. I hope we can realize through my photography how inter-connected these species are to ice. It just takes one image to get someone’s attention.” We will talk to Paul about his work in documenting nature as well as his work with the National Geographic Society and the upcoming Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
For more information on Paul and his work, visit his website.
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