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Contributors: Summer 2016

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Antonio Busiello

“I’ve been a member of WWF since I was a kid—I used to volunteer in my hometown in Italy—so this assignment was meaningful,” notes documentary photographer Antonio Busiello ("Eyes on the Water"). Belize is a wonderful country, and I’m amazed at the awareness its citizens have of their natural surroundings.” Busiello’s work has been recognized by the BBC and National Geographic, and featured in museums in Washington, DC, and London, England.

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Emiliano Rodríguez Mega

“Belize’s beauty lies not only in nature, but in the connections communities have maintained with the sea for generations. It makes these ecosystems disappearing even scarier,” says writer Emiliano Rodríguez Mega (“Eyes on the water in Beliz”). Based in Mexico City, Mega has written for Science and Scientific American.

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Thomas Lee

Photographer Thomas Lee was moved by his time at Fort Peck and Fort Belknap Indian Reservations (“Buffalo people unite”). “To watch people preserve and adapt their great culture is uplifting,” explains Lee. “I feel honored that they shared some of that with us.” Lee’s latest book is titled Montana: Real Place, Real People.

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Dieter Braun

Illustrator Dieter Braun (“Buffalo people unite”) really loves wildlife: “I’m obsessed,” he claims. And bison are no exception. These hulking creatures are among the species featured in the German artist’s latest book, Wild Animals of the North. Braun’s work has appeared in the New York Times and other publications.

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