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For the last decade, American photographer James Balog has been on a mission to document climate change through his camera lens.Through time lapse photography, Balog reveals how 24 glaciers around the world are evolving -- showing giant bodies of ice moving in currents, and crystal blue or green water pooling as melting accelerates.More than 90 percent of the world's glaciers are melting, with 75 billion tons of ice lost in Alaska alone every year. The scale of the problem can be hard to comprehend, but Balog's photographs make it more understandable. So, I find this intense politicization of the issue right now, in the current administration, to be a real problem," Balog said.He is now embarking on his second decade of gathering images of the world's glaciers.
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