Our research found that showing 'local' impacts can be powerful, so long as they are not trivial. In our survey, 'local' flood images (i.e. when they depicted the country where participants were from) tended to be powerful, and engaging across the political spectrum.
WHAT IT SHOWS: A view of the heavy smog in Lahore on November 13, 2017. Smog blanketed in Provincial Capital as thick smog” Flights were cancelled, school times pushed back and hospitals flooded as air pollution inundated Pakistan's second largest city Lahore “The fast-developing country suffers from some of the worst air pollution in the world, thanks to its giant population navigating poorly maintained vehicles on its roads and unchecked industrial emissions along with seasonal crop burning. Smog has enveloped much of Pakistan, causing highway accidents and respiratory problems, forcing many residents to stay home, officials said.