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Vancouver Observer officially releases "Extract" at party that packs Ceili's Kitsilano: photos
Jan 14th, 2013
A great crowd turned up to celebrate the Vancouver Observer book launch for Extract: The Pipeline Wars, two days ahead of the Enbridge Joint Review Panel hearings in town.
“What have they done to the earth? What have they done to our fair sister?”
Jul 1st, 2010
“From the air I could see 3000-5000 feet of black smoke… and what seemed like one fire was actually dozens of fires," Kris Krug writes from the Gulf, where he traveled to document the BP...
The World People's Conference on Climate Change ends with Declaration for the Rights of Mother Earth in Cochabamba, Bolivia
May 5th, 2010
The World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth wrapped up its four days of non-stop working activism a little over a week ago. Located in the small...
World People's Conference on Climate: Energetic Activism on the Ground Level in Cochabamba, Bolivia
Apr 28th, 2010
The World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth is currently taking place in Cochabamba, Bolivia. This four day conference is a people's direct response...
World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth
Apr 20th, 2010
With the world moving at an ever-quickening pace, it is very important to document the change process as it is happening. Static Photography has had the opportunity to be at some of...
Oct 2nd, 2009
The Dalai Lama drinks tea at the Vancouver Peace Summit, caught here by photographer kris krug.
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