In his latest photo series, Noah Thompson offers a measured perspective on an important moment in Australian history, which might offer a peek into Tasmania's future.
Despite reams of compelling data and supporting evidence from the scientific community, the vital message of climate change action is still being missed by huge numbers of people. Jack Parsons examines the important role photographers and artists play in our environmental crises and looks at how they can achieve what scientists cannot.
A Climate for Conflict: Nichole Sobecki’s photographs paint a portrait of Somalia's climate ravaged lands and their inhabitants.
Photographing fracking in North East America, a visual exploration of the impact of natural gas drilling.
Graham King leads us down glacial trails that decorate Aoraki / Mt Cook and valley lakes and lands spotting the majestic snow-capped mount in the Southern Alps.
A look at whether analogue or digital photography is better for the environment.
A visual essay from the French Alps. As seen by Alejandro Llop.