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American's Endangered Coasts: Photographs from Texas to Maine with John Ganis

Photographer and College for Creative Studies professor, John Ganis will present his thought provoking photographic book surveying areas of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts threatened by rising sea levels as a consequence of global warming. Well-known author and environmentalist, Bill McKibbon said: " The coasts we've always known are shifting before our eyes John Ganis's fine book helps us with the job of paying witness; it may spur us to the job of preventing further damage." This is a free event and open to all communities. For information and to RSVP, contact [email protected]

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