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Archipelago of Hope

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GLEB RAYGORODETSKY

Gleb Raygorodetsky is a Research Affiliate with the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance at the University of Victoria and the Executive Director of the Indigenous Knowledge, Community Monitoring and Citizen Science Branch of the Environmental Monitoring and Science Division within the Department of Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta. Gleb has traversed the far corners of the world, from the Brazilian Amazon to remote corners of Siberia, documenting the challenges of sustaining our biological and cultural heritage. When not on assignment with National Geographic, he lives in Edmonton, Canada.

TESTIMONIALS

Sheila Watt Cloutier, Nobel Peace Prize nominee, author of The Right to Be Cold

"There is no better time then now for the world to learn from this important work by Gleb Raygorodetsky as he respectfully allows the Indigenous voices, those most impacted by climate change, to shine through in his writing."

Sheila Watt Cloutier, Nobel Peace Prize nominee, author of The Right to Be Cold

Dispatches

ARCHIPELAGO OF HOPE

Wisdom and Resilience
from the Edge of Climate Change
by Gleb Raygorodetsky

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