How are photographers highlighting the local weather emergency? | TV Reveals
On Monday, March 14 at 19:30 GMT:
The local weather emergency is defining the lives of billions of individuals all over the world, with a viable future for successive generations depending on pressing collective efforts to sort out international heating.
For years, documentary photographers have been witness to the affect of local weather change, each on nature and on communities laid low with excessive climate and air pollution. The work of greater than 40 professionals is the spine of COAL + ICE, a travelling exhibition introduced by Asia Society that visualises each the causes and the implications of the local weather disaster.
The exhibition’s title is impressed by the photographs of Himalayan glaciers and coal miners that introduce guests to the occasion house. By way of greater than a century of images, the exhibition invitations viewers to replicate on how fossil fuels are devastating the planet – and, crucially, to contemplate their very own responses to the worldwide local weather disaster.
On this episode of The Stream, we’ll be joined by three photographers featured within the exhibition to speak about how they’re focusing a lens on the local weather emergency.
On this episode of The Stream, we’re joined by:
Meridith Kohut, @meridithkohut