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TIME: The Cold Truth
acacia johnson
May 26, 2022
Last fall, I spent a week working alongside reporter Aryn Baker on a TIME story about the far-reaching implications of climate change in the Polar Regions. The story is online, as well as in the current issue on newsstands now – and it made the cover!

Thank you to Katherine Pomerantz for trusting me with this assignment, Aryn Baker for the companionship and incredible reporting skills, and to all the people in Nome and Unalakleet who trusted us with their stories.
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Acacia Johnson | Photographer

Acacia Johnson is a documentary photographer from Alaska, focused on human relationships to the natural world.
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