Photography and the Environment 1
|Date||Nov 03, 2014|
ICP Talks: Climate Change
Photography and the Environment 1: The Concerned Photographer
ICP's founding mission is to foster, promote, and preserve the work of photographers who use their cameras to elucidate social and political issues, what Cornell Capa called "concerned photography." This is the first of two panels in the "ICP Talks: Climate Change" series exploring the question of how photographers can effectively participate in the mobilization around climate change. What does the environmental movement need from the photographic community? Panelists include photographers Stanley Greene (Noor) and Ron Haviv (VII); climate change activist Kevin Buckland of 350.org; and photo historian Fred Ritchin.