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Editor: Jean-Michel Cousteau
Jean-Michel Cousteau is the editor and among many of the distinguished interviews in this stunning book of powerful images and thoughts on the beauty and importance of water and what the world faces without global water management.
Through photography and powerful written reflections, Water Culture inspires awareness of our behavior and practices in the realm of water. Water Culture features a kaleidoscope of the elemental qualities of water in a series of photographs that are breathtaking to behold in their fantasy and equilibrium. This book depicts the precious element of water in a state of beauty and tragedy combining staggering facts alongside Q&A interviews with leading figures in the environmental movement. Water Culture features the works of over 80 photographers, including David Doubliet, Andreas Gursky, Nan Goldin, and Mario Sorrenti and interviews with eminent world leaders in the environmental field--Mikhail Gorbachev, Jimmy Carter, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., among them.
Water Culture is dedicated to The International Year of Freshwater 2003. Jean-Michel Cousteau, the eldest son of the late ocean explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau and founder of Ocean Futures Society, is the book’s leading author. Photographs and interviews have been selected by Francesca Sorrenti and Marisha Shibuya of SKE GROUP in collaboration with Ocean Futures Society.