Visuals & media
Much of the way we understand the world is dominated by what we see and how it makes us feel. We need to catalyse, diversify, expand and deliver a more impactful visual language for climate change, and show what climate change really looks like. Our latest blog demonstrates how and where we are proving that imagery needs to embody people-centred narratives and positive solutions.
Reports & guides
Videos & podcasts
We're rethinking the images we use for our climate journalism
Climate visuals: A mixed methods investigation of public perceptions of climate images in three countries
Global Environmental Change
One simple reason we aren’t acting faster on climate change?
Heatwave images in media can better represent climate risks
Best served chilled: green tech keeps the cool on India's dairy farms – photo essay
Based on international social research, Climate Visuals provides seven principles for a more diverse, relatable and compelling visual language for climate change.Visit
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