Protest images involving people directly affected by climate impacts were seen as more authentic and therefore more compelling.
Indigenous Women traveled a day and a half by bus to reach the capital of Brazil and march alongside their relatives for a Brazil that recognizes their culture, land etc.
WHAT IT SHOWS: Indigenous Women, marching & representing more than 300 peoples, occupied the Esplanada dos Ministérios, to claim their lands, respect for their cultures, education, health and the end of violence against women.
This image was curated by Project Drawdown, a nonprofit resource for climate solutions. “Drawdown” is the future point in time when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline. Learn more and download The Drawdown Review at Drawdown.org