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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Ha Thi Ngan is a young woman with a buzz about her. She’s a beekeeper, and her story provides a snapshot of the way poverty, nature and climate can combine to rule lives and set questions with no easy answers. Continue reading
We were in Da Loc commune, a sleepy part of Vietnam’s Thanh Hoa province. It’s a place that on a single day witnessed both the fury and the protective power of nature. Continue reading
Nature has scattered these living sculptures across the city. Most of them have grown from seeds that bird species dispersed long ago. It’s a shame for the trees and the people who pray at them that those birds have grown quiet, and seem now to live largely in cages that hang in plain sight of the trees they would like to feed from. Continue reading