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California’s McKinney fire leaves trail of destruction – in pictures

Firefighters have got their first hold on California’s deadliest and most destructive fire of the year and expect the blaze to remain stalled over the weekend. The McKinney fire, near the Oregon border, was 10%…


How climate change is melting the Alps’ glaciers – in pictures

Most of the world’s mountain glaciers are retreating because of the climate crisis, but those in the European Alps are especially vulnerable. Smaller and with less ice cover, this year they are on track for…


Angered by climate denial, a Times photographer embarked on a watershed journey

By Stuart Leavenworth Photo: Luis Sinco , Los Angeles Times

Fires were burning, glaciers were melting, and the West was again in drought. But from talking to his kids and friends and people around him, the award-winning Times photographer sensed little dire urgency, little connection between the climate crisis and the routines of everyday life.


‘Make Scientists Artists Again:’ Photographer Ian van Coller on Reimagining Glacier Retreat

His new book reinterprets photographs from a 2016 expedition to Kilimanjaro’s glaciers, looks at the relationship between art and science, and documents loss caused by climate change. …


Extreme heatwave hits the UK – in pictures

Hot air originating in north Africa and travelling up through Spain is bringing temperatures of up to 32C to the UK, with the hottest June day on record forecast on Friday Continue reading… …


Stunning photos of climate change

By Christina Capatides and Jessica Learish

Climate change is no longer a vague hypothetical for Earth’s future. Scientists agree that the effects of greenhouse gas emissions already have altered ecosystems, weather patterns, food supplies, lives and economies. From severe drought and fires to rising seas and eroding coastlines, warnings from decades ago have manifested worldwide.


Repeat photography shows climate change impacts on real places

By Kristen Pope Photo: G.K. Gilbert and Ron Karpilo

A 2004 photo captures a boat cruising a strip of water where an 1899 picture taken from the same spot shows a giant glacier. On either side of the channel, green trees and shrubs cover a rocky landscape that a century ago had been blanketed with white snow.


Photos show a climate change crisis unfolding—and hope for the future

By Simon Ingram andSarah Gibbens

As the UN’s global climate change conference—COP26—approaches, ever-more-extreme weather has shown us climate change is here. Yet COVID-19 and the actions taken to control it have also shown us that cooperation can prompt dramatic global change.


Here Are the 2021 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners

By George Dvorsky Photo: Stefano Unterthiner

From spawning fish and ravenous grizzly bears to battling reindeer and kissing ravens, the year’s best wildlife photography will leave you breathless. It’s that awesome time of year when we get to marvel at the best wildlife photos from the past 12 months. The Natural History Museum in London develops and produces the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, which dates back to 1965.


Moments of Zen and More Striking Images Win Nature Photo Awards

By Mary Jo DiLonardo Photo: Anup Shah / The Nature Conservancy

It’s either a moment of happiness or mere calm resignation as a western lowland gorilla steps through a swarm of butterflies at the Dzanga Sangha Special Dense Forest Reserve in the Central African Republic.