Since the dawn of the millennium, the world has changed at a faster rate than any previous time in human history. Culturally, climatically and in just about every other guise, a sweeping global transition has been underway. However, the Russian Tundra seems so far-flung and impenetrable that its place in the global consciousness as the world’s last outpost of the past has wrongfully remained.
It is a measure of our current interconnectedness and the binding ties of climate change that even the Tundra is a region in rapid transition.
Moscow-based Japanese photographer, Ikuru Kuwajima, travelled to the far reaches of