“America, Again” | Chapter 2: THE ENVIRONMENT

“America, Again” is a year-long project by the photographers of VII, an exploration of some of the most important issues facing American voters as they head to the polls on November 3rd. This is Chapter 2: The Environment, which includes an essay by author Simon Winchester, reflecting on some of...

February 07, 2020

July 05, 2019

EverydayClimateChange group exhibition – ImagOrbetello Festival – Tuscany, Italy

EverydayClimateChange Photo Exhibition edited by Photo Op in collaboration with James Whitlow Delano and Matilde Gattoni July 5-August 18, 2019 Inauguration: Friday 5 July 2019 at 19.00 Public opening:  Every day from 6.00pm to 11.00pm Guzman powder gun, ORBETELLO EverydayClimateChange (ECC) is a project born of an idea by James Whitlow...

October 04, 2017

#Dysturb Print Journal Launch on Climate at Magnum Foundation

We’re celebrating the first issue of #Dysturb’s new journal, dedicated to climate change and the journalists and fragile communities on the frontline for environmental justice!   Join us for the launch of #Dysturb’s new journal! After 3 years of paste-up operations in city streets and at schools, #Dysturb is releasing...

July 16, 2016

#EverydayClimateChange Noorderlicht Gallery Takeover

Noorderlicht Photogallery opens itself up this summer for a Gallery Takeover by the Instagram feed EverydayClimateChange by James Whitlow Delano. Photographers from all continents share photographs which make us aware of the problems surrounding climate change. The exhibition opens on 16 July with a small number of key images...

March 17, 2014

MIPJ 2014 Edition Released

“The International Journal of Media and Information Policy (MIPJ) was created to examine and ask crucial questions about the role of information as content…in international relations and humanitarian affairs, particularly during heightened needs in crisis, conflict, and disaster.” The first issue of MIPJ published in 2012, “covered a wide swath...

August 16, 2013

Climate Change: Our Uncertain Future

“Over the past 50 years, the average global temperature has increased at the fastest rate in recorded history. In May 2013, carbon emissions reached the new record level of 400ppm, one more grim milestone for the future of our planet.” A planet so dependent on environmentally damaging fuels like...