Greta Rybus, Shortlisted Photographer for the Climate Visuals Photography Award
WHAT IT SHOWS: A man looks through a doorway, which just hours before lead to another room in his home. The sea, which has been rising and eroding the shore, chewed into the home's foundation and it crumbled into the sea. The United Nations named Saint Louis as the area most at-risk from climate change in Africa. Guet Ndar, where this family called home, is highly-populated fishing community.The fishermen have noticed huge changes. They say the ocean used to be a long distance across the beach during low tides; now it laps at their homes. And, they've seen an increase in strange winds and storms; making their work at sea more dangerous and volatile. Many people have lost their homes.