How are photographers highlighting the climate emergency? | TV Shows

On Monday, March 14 at 19:30 GMT:
The climate emergency is defining the lives of billions of people around the world, with a viable future for successive generations dependent on urgent collective efforts to tackle global heating.

For years, documentary photographers have been witnesses to the impact of climate change, both on nature and on communities stricken by extreme weather and pollution. The work of more than 40 professionals is the backbone of COAL + ICEa traveling exhibition presented by Asia Society that visualizes both the causes and consequences of the climate crisis.

The exhibition’s title is inspired by the images of Himalayan glaciers and coal miners that introduce visitors to the event space. Through more than a century of imagery, the exhibition invites viewers to reflect on how fossil fuels are devastating the planet – and, crucially, to consider their own responses to the global climate crisis.

In this episode of The Stream, we’ll be joined by three photographers featured in the exhibition to talk about how they are focusing on a lens on the climate emergency.

In this episode of The Stream, we are joined by:
Ian Teh
Documentary Photographer

Cameron Davidson

Meridith Kohut, @meridithkohut

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