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  • Gene Sallee

    Australia - Michael Hall photographer.

  • Kylie Mcgrath Whamond

    Gallery: Changing landscapes of climate change Háifoss, Iceland. High-tension power cables snake above an apparently pristine environment. Changes in glacial runoff are one of the most significant consequences of future climate change in Iceland, as changing flows will impact the hydropower industry and other infrastructure

  • Rebecca Graf

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  • Liz Mazzer

    Haifoss, Iceland. High tension power cables snake above an apparently pristine environment. Iceland relies on hydroelectricity for clean energy, but declining runoff may affect the future energy supply. (The Climate Institute: Michael Hall)

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