Photographer Anna Filipova works on environmental and social issues in the Nordic countries and the Arctic area. She has just received the Jean-Luc Lagardère Foundation's Photographer Grant to run a project in Greenland that measures the impact of the development of the mining industry on landscape changes and the evolution the of local population’s way of life.
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