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Warm Waters



Warm Waters is a long-term photographic project by Vlad Sokhin investigating the effects of climate change on the nature and people of communities living in and around the Pacific Ocean. Tackling one of the biggest issues facing mankind through the prism of communities whose very existence is imperilled by Global Warming, Vlad has been travelling across the Pacific region and hopes to cover island nations and significant territories from Alaska to New Zealand. Vlad is collecting visual evidence of man-made causes of Global Warming and Climate Change and how these phenomena are being dealt with in each of the communities. In the first part of Warm Waters, Vlad travelled across countries in the Central and South Pacific - Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, the Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Tuvalu and Niue.

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