Acacia Johnson

National Geographic in Print
Location: Charlottesville, VA
Nationality: USA
Biography: Acacia Johnson is a photographer, artist and writer from Alaska, focused on human relationships to the earth's Polar Regions. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Acacia was the recipient a Fulbright grant in Canada to pursue a... read on
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National Geographic in Print
acacia johnson
Sep 24, 2019
I'm delighted to share that my project Sea Ice Stories is featured in the September print issue of National Geographic, including on the cover of five international editions - Brazil, China, Georgia, Israel, and Latin America!

This special Arctic issue is available through the end of the month, wherever National Geographic is sold. The US edition has a globe on the cover. You can also read an online version of the article here on the website. My sincerest thanks to everyone who has supported this project over the years, from my many sponsors, to the people of Arctic Bay, to friends and family and editors who believed in this along the way.

 As ice melts, the Inuit strive to keep their culture alive
Amid a warming climate and disappearing traditional knowledge, Inuit communities in the Canadian Arctic are grappling to adapt.

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