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A man tends his rooftop garden in Kolkata, India. Roofs can be used for food production especially in the context of drought caused by climate change.

Welcome to Climate Outreach’s media centre. Meet our media spokespeople, access two collections of climate imagery freely available to media, and read our press releases and media advisories.


Media enquiries

For media enquiries, please contact:

Léane de Laigue, Communications Lead      

Meet our media spokespeople

Climate change photos freely available to media

Through our Climate Visuals programme, we’re pleased to share two collections of climate change imagery freely available to editorial media to help tell impactful and diverse stories of climate change. These images are the result of two open calls for photography which attracted submissions from thousands of photographers in over 150 countries. Photos were selected by an independent jury based on an evidence-based photography brief, and an advisory board ensured the final selections promote and achieve best practice in the issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, ethics and representation.  

  • Visualising climate change: a collection of 100 images highlighting climate change causes, impacts and solutions, released in October 2021 in the lead up to COP26.
  • Oceans Visuals: a collection of 93 images, focused on the links between the ocean and climate change, released in October 2022 in the lead up to COP27.

Recent media coverage

Our team has been interviewed on BBC World News, BBC Breakfast, Sky News, Sky News Daily Climate Show, Channel 4, Deutsche Welle, TRT World and BBC Radio Scotland. Recent media coverage also includes The Independent, Washington Post, The Guardian, The Hill, The Conversation, Esquire, Forbes, The New York Times, The Telegraph, El Espectador, Der Standard, and L’Opinion.

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