James Balog

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In a new documentary, ‘The Human Element,’ National Geographic photographer James Balog travels the country to show how water, earth, air and fire have all been impacted by a fifth…

New film highlights human’s role on a quickly changing earth

In a new documentary, ‘The Human Element,’ National Geographic photographer James Balog travels the country to show how water, earth, air and fire have all been impacted by a fifth…

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