Reading Time: 4 minutes The exhibition, opening tomorrow, brings together the work of 12 artists who consider the complexities of human relationships with the land and climate justice
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Slovenian image-maker, a winner of last year’s Decade of Change, stresses the importance of collaborative, solution-based environmental photography
Reading Time: 3 minutes Virginia Hanusik on changing the visual narrative of climate change
Reading Time: 8 minutes 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
Reading Time: 6 minutes 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
Reading Time: 3 minutes In the first two chapters of the Polish photographer’s ‘plastic history’, she challenges the photography industry to consider more sustainable practices
Reading Time: 4 minutes Using scientific evidence and human stories, Climate Visuals is shifting the way we look at climate change imagery.
Reading Time: 7 minutes 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.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Shot over 12 years, Human Nature is a series of poetic, often breathtaking photographic stories about humanity’s dependence on nature in the context of the climate crisis
Reading Time: 3 minutes As the community continues to battle for the survival of ancient archeological lands, their beauty is captured in an intimate, black and white project, After Eden