1. Great Bear Rainforest RAVE: Q&A with Norm Hann

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    Great Bear Rainforest RAVE: Q&A with Norm Hann Norm first came to The Great Bear Rainforest through King Pacific Lodge where he worked as a guide. He has since been living with the Gitga'at First Nations community in Hartley Bay off and on for the last ten years. Working within the community coaching, teaching and participating in student mentor programs. through his involvement with the Gitga'at community, Norm found inspiration to engage in the struggle against Enbridge, the twin pipelines and oil super tankers in the pristine waterways of the Great Bear Rainforest. This past May, Norm completed a standup paddle board journey from Kitimat to Hartley Bay to raise awareness of the oil super tanker route. He chose May so as to coincide with the annual salmon runs. Norm has been an amazing liaison between the RAVE expedition and the community of Hartley Bay. Many thanks Norm! Stay tuned for updates from the Great Bear Rainforest RAVE on iLCP's blog EXPOSE : ilcpblog.blogspot.com/ More about the RAVE: ilcp.com/​?cid=274 More on stand-up: Stand-up paddle boarding is one of the fastest growing water sports in the world. the tools: a large surf board and a long paddle. " Standing gives you a new perspective," says Norm "and bottom line is it's a lot of fun!" More on Norm's expedition: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxqHj2m4cXo&feature=related Facebook page for StandUp4GreatBear: http://www.facebook.com/pages/STANDUP4GREATBEAR/111102995569396?ref=ts&v=wal l

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    • Preparing for the Great Bear Rainforest RAVE

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      Grocery Shopping in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Canada. produced by iLCP Multimedia Shoppers: Trevor Frost Joe Riis Jenny Nichols Thanks to Rose, Brian and Christopher at the Safeway in PR for helping box all of our groceries to take to the Ferry tomorrow to Hartley Bay! stay tuned for updates from the Great Bear Rainforest RAVE on iLCP's blog EXPOSE : ilcpblog.blogspot.com/ More about the Expedition: ilcp.com/?cid=274

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      • Great Bear Rainforest RAVE_Getting there

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        Joe Riis, Jason Sturgis, Florian Schulz, Trevor Frost and a reporter Jeff Dembicki from The Tyeee getting on the ferry from Prince Rupert to Hartley Bay! stay tuned for updates from the Great Bear Rainforest RAVE on iLCP's blog EXPOSE : ilcpblog.blogspot.com/ More about the Expedition: ilcp.com/?cid=274

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        • Preparing for the Great Bear Rainforest RAVE

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          Grocery Shopping in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Canada. produced by iLCP Multimedia Shoppers: Trevor Frost Joe Riis Jenny Nichols Thanks to Rose, Brian and Christopher at the Safeway in PR for helping box all of our groceries to take to the Ferry tomorrow to Hartley Bay! stay tuned for updates from the Great Bear Rainforest RAVE on iLCP's blog EXPOSE : http://ilcpblog.blogspot.com/ More about the Expedition: http://www.ilcp.com/?cid=274

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          • Chesapeake Bay RAVE_ Morgan Heim_Virginia Beach

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            Produced by Jenny Nichols, iLCP Multimedia Video captured with FlipUltra Chesapeake Bay RAVE: ilcp.com/index.php?cid=284 Chesapeake Bay Foundation: cbf.org/Page.aspx?pid=1000 Morgain Heim: http://www.ilcp.com/index.php?cid=usrs&port=mheim The Chesapeake Bay watershed covers approximately64,000 square miles (164,000 km2) and comprises one of the most important estuaries in the North Atlantic. With rapid development along its shores destroying vast swaths of wetlands and buffering forest, and polluted with a steady increase in agrochemical runoff from the 1950s on, this once thriving estuarine ecosystem was headed toward collapse. A forty-year campaign by The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and other stakeholders has gradually turned the tide, with current political will at the point of tipping toward long-term restoration and protection of the Bay. The Chesapeake Clean Water and Ecosystem Act (H.R. 3852/S. 1816) was introduced to both chambers of the United States Congress last October, on its way to mark-up at the end of this year. These two bills seek to amend the Federal Clean Water Act (Section 117) to ensure that the six states of the Bay watershed, plus the District of Columbia, develop and implement detailed plans to reduce pollution sufficiently to achieve Bay-wide pollution reduction targets for nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment by 2025. The Chesapeake Bay RAVE, a project of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF), is a collaborative effort to highlight the importance of this legislation through photographs, video, and stories from across the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed. iLCP and CBF will use this collected document of the issues facing the Bay to produce an action exhibit of thirty photographs to premiere in September 2010 on Capitol Hill, and to provide the compelling visual media necessary to facilitate news coverage of the urgency of the Chesapeake Clean Water and Ecosystem Act to speed the restoration of the Bay’s health and protect it over the long term. The expedition team coordinates the efforts of iLCP photographers from across North America, including several who live within the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

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            • Chesapeake Bay RAVE_ Krista Video blog

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              Produced by Jenny Nichols, iLCP Multimedia Video captured with FlipUltra Chesapeake Bay RAVE: http://www.ilcp.com/index.php?cid=284 Chesapeake Bay Foundation: http://www.cbf.org/Page.aspx?pid=1000 Krista Schlyer: http://www.ilcp.com/index.php?cid=usrs&port=kschlyer The Chesapeake Bay watershed covers approximately64,000 square miles (164,000 km2) and comprises one of the most important estuaries in the North Atlantic. With rapid development along its shores destroying vast swaths of wetlands and buffering forest, and polluted with a steady increase in agrochemical runoff from the 1950s on, this once thriving estuarine ecosystem was headed toward collapse. A forty-year campaign by The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and other stakeholders has gradually turned the tide, with current political will at the point of tipping toward long-term restoration and protection of the Bay. The Chesapeake Clean Water and Ecosystem Act (H.R. 3852/S. 1816) was introduced to both chambers of the United States Congress last October, on its way to mark-up at the end of this year. These two bills seek to amend the Federal Clean Water Act (Section 117) to ensure that the six states of the Bay watershed, plus the District of Columbia, develop and implement detailed plans to reduce pollution sufficiently to achieve Bay-wide pollution reduction targets for nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment by 2025. The Chesapeake Bay RAVE, a project of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF), is a collaborative effort to highlight the importance of this legislation through photographs, video, and stories from across the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed. iLCP and CBF will use this collected document of the issues facing the Bay to produce an action exhibit of thirty photographs to premiere in September 2010 on Capitol Hill, and to provide the compelling visual media necessary to facilitate news coverage of the urgency of the Chesapeake Clean Water and Ecosystem Act to speed the restoration of the Bay’s health and protect it over the long term. The expedition team coordinates the efforts of iLCP photographers from across North America, including several who live within the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

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              • Убежищe для дикого лосося

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                Этот короткий фильм Центра дикого лосося (Wild Salmon Center) и Международной лиги природоохранных фотографов (International League of Conservation Photographers – ILCP) – о проблеме сохранения природного богатства лососевых рек тихоокеанского региона. Сохраняя лососей и их местообитания, мы сохраняем здоровье рек, лесов, основу благополучия общества и экономики стран тихоокеанского региона.

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                • Russian Language STRONGHOLDS; Hope for wild pacific salmon

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                  Russian Language STRONGHOLDS; Hope for wild pacific salmon Produced in partnership with the Wild Salmon Center with support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. In 1892, Livingston Stone, a Minister and avid fisherman called upon the US government to create a salmon park, saying “Let us now, at the eleventh hour, take pity on our long persecuted salmon and do him the poor and tardy justice of giving him, in our broad land that he has done so much for, one place where he can come and go unmolested and where he can rest in safety.” We have yet to pay attention to those great words, stated over a century ago. While recovery efforts are critical in some areas, the nations of the North Pacific must work together to create and maintain a network of strong, healthy salmon ecosystems – strongholds of diversity and abundance. This proactive investment in robust salmon ecosystems provides an alternative to waiting until near extinction to try to reverse the effects of habitat degradation and overharvest. Fortunately, there are rivers across the North Pacific still intact and teeming with wild salmon. By identifying and protecting strongholds of robust salmon productivity in key rivers around the North Pacific Rim, we can direct our efforts toward conserving still healthy and intact salmon ecosystems. Wild salmon rivers are core centers of abundance and diversity, serving as the foundation for healthy wild fisheries, healthy economies, and healthy communities. Protection of wild salmon strongholds must be at the heart of every federal, regional, tribal, and local conservation strategy. We need your help. To learn more, visit wildsalmoncenter.org executive producers Guido rahr, president, wsc cristina mittermeier, president, ilcp associate producers laura williams, WSC Justin Black, iLCP producers Daniel Nelson, WSC jenny nichols, ilcp mark christmas, ilcp image research sarah claxton, ilcp Special thanks to all WSC and iLCP staff PHOTOGRAPHY OCTAVIO ABURTO BRIDGET BESAW MATTHIAS BRIETER JEFF GALE AMY GULICK LEO KEELER ROBERT GLENN KETCHUM GARTH LENZ CHRIS LINDER MAGNUS LUNDGREN THOMAS MANGELSEN IGOR SHPILENOK ROY TOFT STAFFAN WIDSTRAND ANDY WRIGHT ART WOLFE SAKHALIN ENVIRONMENT WATCH VIDEO MATTHIAS BRIETER DMITRY SHPILENOK MARK CHRISTMAS JENNY NICHOLS TRIP JENNINGS ANDY MASER INTERVIEWS Jeff Kirkpatrick Pike Place Fish Market Guido Rahr President, Wild Salmon Center Masahide Kaeriyama faculty hokkaido university Sergei Didenko director, sakhalin salmon initiative center Garth Lenz iLCP Fellow, Photographer Amy Gulick iLCP Fellow, Photographer Robert Glenn Ketchum iLCP Fellow, Photographer Alexey Maslov Kamchatka Fisheries Research Institute Igor Shpilenok iLCP Fellow, Photographer Oleg Alekseev RENOVA Group of Comapanies Yvon Chouinard Owner, Patagonia John Kitzhaber Former Governor of Oregon U.S.Congressman Mike Thompson (D-CA) Tom Brokaw Television journalist and Author

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                  • Flathead Wild

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                    Follow the International League of Conservation Photographers for a R.A.V.E. in the Flathead River Valley in Southeastern British Columbia. The goal of these Rapid Assessment Visual Expeditions is to capture compelling media to support an existing conservation effort. Here, in one of the most pristine river valleys on the planet, a proposed open pit coal mine would disrupt a critical habitat migration corridor and pollute the headwaters of Glacier National Park in the US. (new, higher quality web version)

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                    • Robert Glenn Ketchum |The G2 Gallery

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                      Acknowledged by Audubon magazine as one of the 100 people "who shaped the environmental movement of the 20th century", he will be sharing his knowledge at The G2 Gallery.

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