Connecting the lives and perspectives of identifiable individuals with climate impacts is likely to be effective. This photo tells a new story about how ordinary people are affected by the fossil fuel industry.
WHAT IT SHOWS: Beverly Landrey drives to the home of neighbor Gary Packard to fill gallon jugs with tap water. Landrey's well recently went dry after decades of regular flow -- a problem she and husband Roland attribute to the growing number of coal bed methane wells drilled in the area. Natural methane gas is extracted from coal seams by removing the water in the coal.