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A Geography Studio


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A Geography Studio


THINK GEOGRAPHICALLY

Geojournalists know that that everything happens somewhere and at a particular moment for a reason. Everything is connected in time and space, and it’s up to us to discover those relationships. Because modern media tends to overlook this perspective, Atlas Lens is here to provide it.

Atlas Lens is a research and media team of geojournalists dedicated to telling the most important stories about people, places, and the natural environment from a geographic perspective.

 

What's New?


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What's New?


HOW CAN WE MAKE URBAN FREEWAYS PLACES FOR PEOPLE?

HOW CAN WE MAKE URBAN FREEWAYS PLACES FOR PEOPLE?

MOSUL FIRES BURNING FOR SIX MONTHS AND COUNTING

MOSUL FIRES BURNING FOR SIX MONTHS AND COUNTING

HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS ARE NOTHING NEW TO THE OLYMPICS

HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS ARE NOTHING NEW TO THE OLYMPICS

RE-IMAGINING ABANDONED KANSAS CITY STREETCAR TUNNEL AS PORTAL FRO BIKE/PED

RE-IMAGINING ABANDONED KANSAS CITY STREETCAR TUNNEL AS PORTAL FRO BIKE/PED

URBAN FORESTS BRING CITIES, ECONOMIES TO LIFE

URBAN FORESTS BRING CITIES, ECONOMIES TO LIFE

CAN VACANT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS TRANSFORM INTO VIBRANT NEIGHBORHOODS?

CAN VACANT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS TRANSFORM INTO VIBRANT NEIGHBORHOODS?

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What we do


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What we do


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Maps that change the world

Maps and data visualization tell stories that change the way people see the world. In a society of increasing information and decreasing attention spans, it's vital to get people the right story in a way to which they can immediately relate.

Designing a better future

Why here and not there? How can we make it better? What can improve this place for future generations? These are the questions asked by Atlas Lens every day. It's about understanding the connections between people and place and using that perspective to imagine a wholesome future. We are constantly dedicating ourselves to pursuing project ideas and developing proposals to help make communities better places.

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research and discovery

Geography is science. It's full of data, experimentation, and understanding. But to geographers, the whole world is our lab. Atlas Lens is on the cutting edge of place-based research to try to offer new insights into the interdisciplinary world of geography.