Davison’s latest photobook evokes the simple yet sublime lives of Najin and Fatu, the last of a species on the brink of extinction
Governments are repeatedly failing to act on climate change. But photography can serve as a mirror, a warning sound, a vehicle for truth.
In this collection, we explore urgent questions of the environment and examine humanity’s place on earth.
From documentary series to fine art projects, these articles examine some of photography’s most potent responses to the climate crisis.