Friday, September 30, 2022

Christina Conklin and Marina Psaros

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Christina Conklin is an environmental artist, writer, and researcher. She is the co-author of The Atlas of Disappearing Places. Marina Psaros is a sustainability expert and has led climate action programs across public, private, and nonprofit organizations for over a decade. She is one of the creators of the King Tides Project, an international community science and education initiative. She is the co-author of The Atlas of Disappearing Places.

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