Expeditions iLCP Photographic Expeditions Around the Globe, 2007-2014 (Click on a green dot to see more information or scroll down to see a full list of expeditions)

Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Stories

Anacostia: River of Resilience

Bears Ears National Monument

The Fracking Fallacy

Vanishing Species Campaign

Coíba

Palau

Gambier Islands, French Polynesia

Southwest Oregon

Danajon Bank

Clearwater Basin

Chiloé Island

Fish Refuge Campaign

Keystone XL Pipeline

Energy East

The Peel: Headwaters of the Wild

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Patagonia

Baja: Cabo Pulmo Alliance

Abrolhos

Haiti

Fiji

Fraser River

Sage Spirit

Great Bear Rainforest I & II

Galapagos: Islands at Risk

Abasaroka Front

Fracking

Haida Gwaii

Sulawesi

Florida Wildlife Corridor

Gunnison TIS

Mesoamerican Reef

El Triunfo RAVE

Balandra

Wyoming

Bioko

Borderlands

Yucatan

Chesapeake Bay

Sacred Headwaters

Manatees

Flathead

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Florida Wildlife Corridor

The Florida Wildlife Corridor project is a collaborative vision to connect remaining natural lands, waters, working farms and ranches from the Everglades to Georgia, protecting a functional ecological corridor for the health…
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Sulawesi

The images gathered on this expedition will be used by AlTo to create awareness of their work to protect habitat, and to highlight the need for creation of a new forest reserve…
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Haida Gwaii

Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area Reserve and Haida Heritage Site, part of Parks Canada’s Pacific Coast Mountains Natural Region, is typical of the beauty and ecology of Canada’s…
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Fracking

Using striking photography to visually document the impacts of fracking from an aerial perspective.
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Abasaroka Front

Photographer Dave Showalter joined the GYC, Lighthawk, and theInternational League of Conservation Photographers to document this landscape and support the campaign to protect the Absaroka-Beartooth Front, one of the last great vestiges…
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Galapagos: Islands at Risk

Images by iLCP Fellow Ralph Lee Hopkins are found throughout a new report, “The Quarantine Chain: Establishing an Effective Biosecurity System to Prevent the Introduction of Invasive Species into the Galapágos Islands.”…
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Great Bear Rainforest I & II

By conveying the dramatic beauty of the landscapes and the tenacity of the people, this visual communication project will assist the campaign to stop the pipeline project from becoming a reality.
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Sage Spirit

Wyoming and the surrounding Western states bear the burden of developing energy responsibly and leaving some of our natural and Western heritage for future generations.
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Fraser River

The mountain pine beetle epidemic, which is raging unchecked due to a string of mild winters, may eliminate up to 80% of the native pine forest. As these dead trees are harvested,…
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Fiji

Pictures share stories and evoke an emotion. Throughout the expedition we will focus on communicating a human story that is aimed to inspire, and ultimately engage communities in a conservation-based dialogue that…
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Manatees

Mission: To document human interaction with Manatees and the conservation threats facing the species today.
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Haiti

The remote slopes of the Massif de la Hotte harbor fifteen amphibian species unique to one small area – this is more than any other location worldwide.
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Sacred Headwaters

"In a rugged knot of mountains, in the remote reaches of northern British Columbia, lies a stunningly beautiful valley known to the first nations as the Sacred Headwaters." - Wade Davis
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Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay RAVE is a collaborative effort to highlight the importance of The Chesapeake Clean Water and Ecosystem Act through photographs, video, and stories from across and its watershed.
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Abrolhos

One of the mysteries that struck all of us, was the notable absence of any sharks. During our 6 days diving we didn’t spot a single one. - Cristina Mittermeier
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Patagonia

“Of all the places I’ve been in the world—and I haven’t missed many—Patagonia remains right at the top as one of my favorites, but we can’t take this special place for granted,…
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Flathead

iLCP was joined by world class filmmakers, journalists, and scientists on its mission to give British Columbia's pristine Flathead River valley much-needed media exposure in the face of invasive mining and logging…
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Yucatan

Over the past several decades the Yucatan has seen some of the highest deforestation rates in the world, in addition to rampant development for tourism infrastructure and large numbers of forest fires.
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Borderlands

This expedition documented the wildlife, landscapes and human communities of the borderlands, and the impact the border wall is having on them.
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