Rocks containing rare-earth minerals glow

In the village of Narsaq, Greenland, rocks containing rare-earth minerals glow in the exposure of an ultraviolet flashlight. They contain minerals like neodymium, which is a finite resource used in electronics, as well as radioactive uranium. Large deposits of rare-earth minerals remain exceedingly rare outside of China, making sites like the proposed Kvanefjeld mine controversial and political. Photo ©Kiliii Yuyan

Pecha Kucha on Personal Projects

Mountain Time. Join us as photographers Selina Roman, Kiliii Yuyan, Jesse Crosby, Stephen Chalmers, Ellyn Norris and Tya Alisa Anthony show us their personal projects in this Pecha Kucha style…

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