The unstoppable power of shoreline erosion is illustrated in this image. Pictures that include individuals affected by serious climate ‘impacts’ are likely to be emotionally powerful, although without a clear instruction for the viewer on how to 'act' on their emotional engagement, the overall effect can be overwhelming.
WHAT IT SHOWS: Global average temperatures have risen by 1°C and sea levels by 21 cms (8 inches) since 1880. Sea level rise lags behind atmospheric warming, but the guess is that every degree Celsius in the air will be followed eventually by 2.3 metres (7.5 feet) of higher seas(Climatenewsnetwork.net) . North Sea cliff coastal erosion. The coast road east of Aldbrough, East Yorkshire, England comes to an abrupt end