Environmental Photographer Captures Climate Change The new documentary 'The Human Element' follows photographer James Balog as he captures images of rising sea levels, melting glaciers and roaring wildfires associated with climate change.

Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews the essay collection 'Black is the Body' by Emily Bernard.
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Environmental Photographer Captures Climate Change

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Environmental Photographer Captures Climate Change

Environmental Photographer Captures Climate Change

Environmental Photographer Captures Climate Change

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The new documentary 'The Human Element' follows photographer James Balog as he captures images of rising sea levels, melting glaciers and roaring wildfires associated with climate change.

Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews the essay collection 'Black is the Body' by Emily Bernard.