Park Sang-won, Korean celebrity and environmental photographer.
Jenny Ross, American photographer specializing in the Arctic region.
These two individuals portray the changes occurring in the Arctic region and in Africa from climate change.
Greenland, at the frontline of climate change. With her photography, Jenny Ross captures the Inuits and their determination to maintain their traditional way of life in the face of an inexorably changing world.
On the other side of the world, Korea's Park Sang-won goes to the African continent, perhaps the place that has incurred the most damages from climate change. Kenya, especially, has experienced five years of devastating droughts, a catastrophe that has caused ecosystems to shrivel up and animals and humans to die from thirst. Through his photos, Park has captured Kenya's traumatizing struggle for precious water.
Through her delicate and soft point-of-view, Ross creates images of lingering depth. With his strong and challenging point-of-view, Park shows the global warming crisis.
This documentary introduces a world in crisis due to the climate change, a world that these two photographers have captured with their cameras.