This shopfront surrounded by rubble shows a local, but serious climate impact. Using recognizable 'every day' places such as a shopfront helps to connect climate impacts to your audience's own life.
WHAT IT SHOWS: On Saturday, 5th December 2015, Storm Desmond crashed into the UK, producing the UK's highest ever 24 hour rainfall total at 341.4mm. It flooded the Lakeland village Glenridding, which was just starting to repair when another period of heavy rain on Wednesday 9th December caused the Glenridding Beck to burst its banks, causing yet further destruction. This picture taken the next morning on Thursday 10th December of shops that were flooded out for a second time.