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Through dramatic images and time-lapse video, Extreme Ice captures the pace of the world’s glaciers melting—and the immediacy of climate change.

James Balog and his Extreme Ice Survey team travel to remote regions of the world to capture stunning images of our planet’s rapidly disappearing glaciers. These photographs and time-lapse videos are showcased in Extreme Ice, a temporary exhibit of this visual evidence of climate change in a unique and emotional presentation.

Extreme Ice is presented by the Aunt Marlene Foundation with additional major support from the Malott Family Foundation. Other funding provided by Paul M. Angell Family Foundation, The Buchanan Family Foundation, Connie and Dennis Keller, and The Wareham/Elfman Family.