Images of climate impacts should have identifiable individuals foregrounded in them to be most effective. But be aware that the emotional power of images like these is likely to be strong and could even be overwhelming - couple the image with another image or message that emphasises a constructive response to climate risks to ensure the viewer is not left feeling helpless.
WHAT IT SHOWS: Kala Chan (Sariya kandi, Bogura): I was the owner of 116 bighas of land in our village beside the beautiful river Ganga. Every year we face greater erosion. One hundred bighas of my land is now under water and I divided 16 bighas of land between my eight children. We have lost our home 14 times due to river erosion; this is my 15th house. Read More