Though James Whitlow Delano has devoted years of his life to photographing the global water crisis, he was not paying much attention to the recent conference on climate change.
It’s not that he didn’t care about what the world’s leaders did in Copenhagen. But he couldn’t follow the negotiations over the earth’s future because he was cut off — virtually incommunicado — working in the Gobi Desert in Inner Mongolia. Lens reached him at an Internet cafe in a small settlement as a sandstorm approached.
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