A Future Together | Kyle Obermann

Dec 13 , 2021 | Social Good

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As an on-the-ground nature photographer, Kyle Obermann has seen coastlines disappear, glaciers turn to water, and forests burn. As Nature Contributor for The China Current, he discusses the collaboration needed to protect the world’s most beautiful and remote places.


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