No snow, no ice? A solitary bear sits on the edge of one of the Barter Islands in 2016. There is no snow, when at this time of year, there should be. In speaking with the locals in Kaktovic, they've noted that it's been an unseasonably warm winter, and that the ice will be late in forming this year. This will have an impact on the local polar bear population, when it comes time to hunt seals for their food in the winter months. Photo: Patty Waymire / National Geographic Your Shot

24 November 2016 (Washington Post) – National Geographic asked a global community of photographers to share their stories about climate change. Photos were submitted through Your Shot, National Geographic’s online photo community, and then editors’ selections were chosen to be in an exhibit at the Conference of the Parties 22 Climate Summit in Morocco. [more]

National Geographic asked photographers to show the impact of climate change, here’s what they shot



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