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MIPJ to Release New Print/Digital Edition on Feb. 14, 2014: 'Climate Change, Resource Conflict, the Environment, and Human Security'

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Content partners include NOOR, VII, FotoEvidence, MediaStorm, SocialDocumentary.net, the Byrd Polar Research Center, MediaStorm, and the Center for Climate and Security.

NEW YORK, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The MIPJ, a print/digital publication acting as a nexus among media, information, international relations, and humanitarian affairs, announced the release date of its new print/digital edition: Climate Change, Resource Conflict, the Environment, and Human Security for Friday, February 14, 2014.

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The print edition will be distributed by Ingram/LSI and its international partners, and the digital edition will be available via link from the MIPJ website: http://www.mipj.org.

Photo Features include work by NOOR photographers Francesco Zizola, Pep Bonet, Kadir van Lohuizen, Nina Berman, and Jon Lowenstein; VII photographers Lynsey Addario and Ed Kashi (via SocialDocumentary.net), with additional features by Anthony Karen, Sean Gallagher, James Whitlow Delano, Robin Hammond, Garth Lenz, Ismail Ferdous, Yusuke Suzuki, and Jon Lewis.

The edition also includes interviews with environmental photojournalist and zoologist Sean Gallagher; photojournalist Robin Hammond on his book with MIPJ partner FotoEvidence, Condemned; James G. Workman and his book Heart of Dryness; Francisco Femia of the Center for Climate and Security; and Red Shuttleworth on his play High Plains Fandango, which includes themes of water scarcity.

Text Features include: "Seven Principles for Big Data and Resilience Projects" by Patrick Meier; "Arctic Security: Changing Paradigms for the 21st Century" by Jack Murphy / SOFREP.com; "Glacial Balance: Researching Climate Change in Real Time at the Byrd Polar Research Center" by Pamela Theodotou; "Africa, Colonialism, and Climate Change" and "Infectious Disease and Climate Change" by Leigh Barrett; "Lwa Moutnain: Post-Crisis Vodou in Haiti" by K.J. Wetherholt; and a Book Excerpt: Journey to the Heart of the World by John Lundin.

Film Reviews include "The East: Can We Reconcile Two Worlds?" by Sean Mullan and "A Fierce Green Fire: Eco Warriors and Earth Prophecy" by Christopher Patrick Cline.

Digital review copies will be made available to press upon request.

Contact Information:
Leigh Barrett

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