Author Archives: Kevin Buckland
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Today we saw a glacier. We see glaciers everyday, white rivers with windows into their depths, windows you could fall into, or out of. They rise like towers and tumble like twins into a salt sea – they will never[…..]
The rocking cradle of the ships hull moves you, constantly. You feel the water below, and it is not just the water. You feel the wind-sculpted waves, the ice that has cooled the currents. You feel a piece of this[…..]
On the frozen shores of Ny-Alesund the icebergs wash ashore even in the height of summer. The summer population swells to 130 people and the sun never dips below the jagged mountains. Now, as September turns the days shorter the[…..]
There are no trees this far north. The long winters erase all things that bold. The birds flee with the sun, the bears burrow and the reindeer wander white through the wide darkness. Then summer rises again and refuses to[…..]
Art Ambassador, 350.org Kevin Buckland is an artist and activist (“artivist”) working to integrate the arts and creative communication into the fast-growing youth climate movement. He is the Arts Ambassador for 350.org, a global grassroots network calling for science-based political[…..]