Gallery of the ‘Best of’ images from COP 15 in Copenhagen.
December 22, 2009
Photography – Best of the Climate Conference in Copenhagen
Robert van Waarden is a photographer that focuses on climate change and social innovation. He has spent the last six years focusing on the social movements enacting change and the human and geographical effects of a changing climate. Van Waarden believes in the power of photography to make a difference. He believes that photographers play a key role in helping shift this world towards a thriving and sustainable future. View all posts by rvanwaarden
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