Which images work to capture the severity and reality of climate change? How do you photograph something that can’t always be represented with visuals, like greenhouse gasses?

Currently, a lot of images about climate change only show climate impacts, like wildfires, droughts, and the effects of global warming, but very few show climate change solutions. Many of us do not see melting ice caps or rising sea levels right outside our door, so how do we get people to feel that climate change is important if it is such an intangible topic?

Neal Razzell and many environmental photographers ask the question: “How can we develop a new, more effective visual language for climate change?” Check out ‘The Climate Question’ podcast where environmentalists and climate change scientists discuss using imagery to transform apathy into action!