Encased in a Timberbox: Wildfire Perimeters — An essay and photographs by Christine Carr

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Dear Reader,

This week, we’re sharing an essay and photographs by Christine Carr. Christine uses photography to address the pervasive effects of air pollution, the traumatic effects of climate change-related events, and the disproportionate environmental impacts on poor and marginalized communities.

Christine is a 2020 recipient of a Puffin Foundation Grant, a Photolucida Critical Mass Finalist, and a Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship recipient.

We share Christine’s work with empathy and care for all those affected by wildfires.

Read this week’s full newsletter here.

Much love,
Center for Humans and Nature

Photograph by Christine Carr.

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