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: Aerial view of the Marshall Islands. According to the IPCC, global temperatures could exceed a 3°C above pre-industrial temperature increase by 2100 with global-mean sea level rise projected between one and four feet or higher. Absent extraordinary measures, climate change could render the Marshall Islands uninhabitable.