Mendez and Kaplan win in the Environment category with their project Miruku, while Martins is named Photographer of the Year
“We need to stop treating our land as a commodity and instead as an ecology,” says Bugg, “to do that, we first need to listen to the traditional owners of the lands it flows through”
Intersectional Geographies: How can photography be used to understand unsustainable industries and our demand on the environment?
The exhibition, opening tomorrow, brings together the work of 12 artists who consider the complexities of human relationships with the land and climate justice
The Slovenian image-maker, a winner of last year’s Decade of Change, stresses the importance of collaborative, solution-based environmental photography
Virginia Hanusik on changing the visual narrative of climate change
Rose Marie Cromwell uncovers the environmental and social trauma left behind in the Panama Canal Zone.
In a coming-of-age story of a young Panamanian, the decade-long project, King of Fish, uncovers the impact of careless action on the land and community today
Elena Helfrecht, Jörg Colberg, Rafal Milach and others respond to the state of vulnerability through image and text, as part of our ongoing series Picture This
In the first two chapters of the Polish photographer’s ‘plastic history’, she challenges the photography industry to consider more sustainable practices
Using scientific evidence and human stories, Climate Visuals is shifting the way we look at climate change imagery.
Christiana Figueres discusses the role of photography and the arts in understanding the climate crisis, and how the world’s decade of change is faring so far.