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photo_library Photos by James Whitlow Delano @jameswhitlowdelano for @everydayclimatechange .

As @jbrussell said in the previous post today is World Water Day.  This week I have been in Gressoney-Saint-Jean in the Italian Alps for @spacenomore & @highsight_photo. 
I presented @everydayclimatechange work to local school students and listened to their climate change stories. 
While there is lots of snow up high, the valley is snow-free where there was over 1 meter of snow last year.  The Lys Glacier in the photo, tumbles down the face of Monte Rosa, the 2nd highest mountain in the Alps.  It used to converge with two other glaciers and run down the valley.  The glaciers no longer meet, having receded up the mountain.

With less ice, there is less fresh, clean water. There are countries more dependent on glacier melt than Italy but still the Po Valley, Italy’s bread basket depends on the Alps’ melt water for agriculture & for its cities’ drinking water.

#climatechange #globalwarming #alps #ice #glaciers #millennials #meltingice #monterosa #italy

Photos by James Whitlow Delano @jameswhitlowdelano for @everydayclimatechange . As ...

Photo by  @jbrussell for @everydayclimatechange  Today is World Water Day and this year’s theme is ‘Leaving no one behind’. Climate change is affecting water resources around the world, so throughout the day we will be posting images related to Sustainable Development Goal 6 - the right to clean and safe water for everyone. Caption: Young boys positioning hoses that pump water from the Lumeji River into tanker trucks to be transported to the nearby town of Luena in Angola’s eastern province of 
Moxico where it will be sold to residents who lack access to water. Angola’s long civil war destroyed much of the country’s infrastructure depriving the population of basic services such as water. The consequences of global warming and climate change exacerbate the living conditions of communities that are already in a fragile state, hinder the recovery from conflicts and slow or even reverse progress in economic development. Lumeji, Moxico, Angola.

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Photo by Ashley Crowther @ashleycrowtherorg for @everydayclimatechange: A young girl smiles while collecting water for her family home during the sunset over the Zanskar Valley, India. Water security in the Himalaya mountain chain is becoming increasingly worrisome. Climate change is drastically affecting weather patterns in the region, which is largely resulting in warmer temperatures and less snowfall during the winter. With less snowfall comes less meltwater during the spring and summer periods where water is high in demand for growing crops and personal household usage. Many villages across the Himalaya that rely on snowmelt for their water are already experiencing water shortages over summer. On a longer time frame with less snowfall accumulating over the winter, the Himalayan glaciers are melting faster than they are being replaced. Without these glaciers, which supply over 1.4 billion people with water, the majority of the Asian continent will face water security issues. —
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#climatechange #globalwarming #everydayclimatechange #climatechangeisreal #himalayas #india #southasia #zanskar #environment #globaldevelopment #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #everydayeverywhere

Photo by Ashley Crowther @ashleycrowtherorg for @everydayclimatechange: A young girl ...

photo_library A 'Blue Wave' demonstration, painting blue foot prints across George Square and blocking the road, by @XRScotland @ExtinctionRebellion #climate protestors, demanding that the City Council declare a climate emergency, and to raise awareness that sea levels and the city's River Clyde water levels are rising. At lunchtime today in #Glasgow, #Scotland, 21 March 2019. Photos by @JshPhotog #JeremySuttonHibbert.
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#ExtinctionRebellion #EverydayClimateChange #ClimateChange #ClimateJustice #GlobalWarming #RisingSeaLevels #protest #civildisobedience #action #activism #activists .
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#EverydayClimateChange currently has an exhibition of photography from our Instagram feed on show at Hillhead Library, in #Glasgow, #Scotland. This is a @streetlevelphotoworks outreach exhibition, curated by @JshPhotog, and runs until 28th April, 2019. http://streetlevelphotoworks.org/event/everyday_climate_change_hillhead 
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A 'Blue Wave' demonstration, painting blue foot prints across George ...

Image by @sean_gallagher_photo Seen from above, it's easy to see why the Southwest Pacific country of Tuvalu has been identified as one of the world's most vulnerable nations to climate change. The country is made up of a collection of small islands and coral atolls, totalling only 27 square kilometres, scattered over 500,000 square kilometres of ocean. The highest point throughout the country is only 5 metres above sea level, resulting in special vulnerability to sea level rise. According to the Tuvaluan government, "since 1993, sea level near Tuvalu has risen about 5mm per year; this is larger than the global average." Other challenges face the country including drought, ocean acidification and waste problems. I am here this month and will be sharing images from my work on the story of Tuvalu and its current environmental challenges. ••• #pacific #pacificislands #tuvalu #climatechange #everydayeverywhere #everydayclimatechange

Image by @sean_gallagher_photo Seen from above, it's easy to see ...

photo_library It is being reported that 1.4 million youths world wide took part in last Friday’s #YouthStrike4Climate rallies, which took place in over 2,233 cities across 128 countries. The young Swedish activist, 16-year old Greta Thunberg, said “We proved that it does matter what you do and that no one is too small to make a difference.” A further round of demonstratins is planned for Friday April 12th, 2019. .
Portraits by @JshPhotog of young activists from Friday's #YouthClimateStrike outside the Scottish Parliament building in #Edinbugh, #Scotland. Approximately 2,000 youths took the day off school or further education and attended the rally in Edinburgh to make their voice heard over their concerns about climate change and for their future.
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Portrait 1 – @_Aidevo, 17yrs old, said “Natural disasters are getting worse, polar bears are edangered, but we don’t realise humans are too." .
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Portrait 2 - Luis, 20yrs old from Germany, “It’s too late for our environment to be saved, and if we don’t act now when will you act?” .
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Portrait 3 - Ash, 20yrs old, “I think we need to stop seeing the environment as separate from ourselves."
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#climatestrike #schoolstrike4climate #fridays4future #fridaysforfuture #gretathunberg #climatejustice #March15 #theyoutharerising #schoolstrike #everydayclimatechange #climatechange #globalwarming #JeremySuttonHibbert www.jeremysuttonhibbert.com .

#EverydayClimateChange currently has an exhibition of photography from our Instagram feed on show at Hillhead Library, in #Glasgow, #Scotland. This is a @streetlevelphotoworks outreach exhibition, curated by @JshPhotog, and runs until 28th April, 2019. http://streetlevelphotoworks.org/event/everyday_climate_change_hillhead .

It is being reported that 1.4 million youths world wide ...

Photo by James Whitlow Delano @jameswhitlowdelano for @everydayclimatechange.

Istituto Mosso, oldest meteorological/glaciology station in the Italian Alps.  From this outpost high on the glaciated slopes, valuable scientific data on climate change has been gathered for over 100 years, offering priceless information on the climate change hotspot on the south-facing walls of the Alps.

#alps #italy #climatechange #globalwarming #glaciers #ice #recedingglaciers #spacenomore #highsight

Photo by James Whitlow Delano @jameswhitlowdelano for @everydayclimatechange Istituto Mosso, ...

Honored to receive a 3rd prize in the Norwegian Picture of the Year this weekend for this image:
 Photo by Orjan Ellingvag (@ellingvag) for @everydayclimatechange. Two persons can be seen at the entrance of a glacier ice cave at the mouth of the Rhone Glacier in Switzerland. The ice cave and the surrounding glacier are covered every year with huge sheets of fleece blankets to slow down the inevitable melting of the glacier due to warmer climate.
A popular tourist attraction since the 1870s, the glacier is now disappearing fast. With higher mean temperatures and lack of precipitation, the Rhone Glacier is shrinking dramatically. An exceptionally snowy winter was not enough to offset the extreme summer, which caused glaciers to lose 2.5% of their volume, the Swiss Academy of Sciences reported in October 2018. While it has been reported that the glacier was covered in white fleece blankets to save the glacier from the effects of climate change, it is a misnomer. The ice tunnel at the mouth of the glacier is privately owned by the Carlen family, who have maintained it since the 1870s. For the last twenty years they have organized a massive effort to cover the man-made ice grotto in fleece blankets to keep the tunnel from melting. Once an effort to save their business, today the fleece covered cave attracts more and more tourists worried about global warming and wanting to see the remnants of a dying glacier.

The Rhone Glacier feeds into the river Rhone, and is the source for Lake Geneva (Lac Léman). Since 1856, the glacier has lost more than 350 meters in thickness, and have receded more than a mile. The Alps are known as the water tower of Europe, and they are in trouble. The winter of 2017/2018 saw record amounts of snow in the alps, but the snow gain was already eliminated by the end of May, when all the new snow had melted. 
#photojournalism #climatechange #everydayclimatechange #globalwarming #glaciers #switzerland #schweiz #rhoneglacier #rhonegletscher #climatechangeisreal #reportage #landscapephotography

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photo_library PLEASE TURN ON AUDIO. Photos by @jbrussell for @everydayclimatechange  Generation Climate Strike -in English and en Français.  Paris, France. 15 March 2019.

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Photo by Amnon Gutman @gutmanen for @everydayclimatechange. A hot autumn day in Paris, France. This rapid-fire sequence of extreme heat waves is not a trend that is going to end any time soon. A study late last year found that in just the last 10 to 15 years heat waves like this have become 10 times more likely—mostly due to human-caused climate change. the World Meteorological Organization and the World Health Organization, both United Nations organizations, issued their first-ever joint guidelines for dealing with the expected rise in heat waves and their increasing impact on public health. “Heatwaves have emerged as an important hydrometeorological hazard and will remain so, given projected changes in the frequency of extreme heat events associated with human-induced climate change,” the U.N. text warned. @climatechange @globalwarming@climatechangefrance

Photo by Amnon Gutman @gutmanen for @everydayclimatechange A hot autumn ...

play_circle_filled #jakepricenyc for @everydayclimatechange https://www.jakeprice.com/generation-2030

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Following the UN IPCC report in 2018 I began interviewing young people aged 10-18 who will be in the prime of their lives in 2030 when the report warns that climate change will be irreparable if we do not take concrete measures now. Rarely given the opportunity to speak for themselves it was important to hear people who will be in the prime of their lives when the effects take hold denying them of what human beings before them have enjoyed since the dawn of existence.

Featured here is Crystal Stacy Narrain. Crystal’s passion is reading books. She dreams that she will be able to visit the places she’s read so much about, but she fears that by the time she’s able to travel to these places they may no longer exist—including her ancestor’s land in Guyana.

Generation 2030 puts the spotlight on young people aged 10-18 who will be in the prime of their lives in 2030 when scientists warn that, unless we get climate change under control now, we will risk facing irreparable damage to the earth’s climate. While they will  bear the brunt of our actions their voices are rarely heard. Generation 2030 will help provide this generation with an important  platform for their voices to be heard and their ideas to be considered.

#climatestrike #schoolstrike4climate#fridays4future #fridaysforfuture#gretathunberg #climatejustice #March15#theyoutharerising #schoolstrike#everydayclimatechange 
#climatechange #globalwarming  #ipcc @oceanic.global 
@csafina  #unfccc #greenpeace #ICPSchool

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play_circle_filled Great to see all the youth protests from yesterday, from across the world, with all their energy and enthusiasm. We look forward to seeing more, and to seeing change brought about in the fight against climate change. 
Thank you to everyone who lets us photograph, and thank you to all viewers of our Instagram feed. 
Here’s a little clip from the protests in #Edinburgh, #Scotland, full of energy. By @jshphotog. .
#climatestrike #schoolstrike4climate #fridays4future #fridaysforfuture #gretathunberg #climatejustice #March15 #theyoutharerising #schoolstrike #everydayclimatechange #climatechange #globalwarming
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#EverydayClimateChange currently has an exhibition of photography from our Instagram feed on show at Hillhead Library, in #Glasgow, #Scotland. This is a @streetlevelphotoworks outreach exhibition, curated by @JshPhotog, and runs until 28th April, 2019. http://streetlevelphotoworks.org/event/everyday_climate_change_hillhead
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Great to see all the youth protests from yesterday, from ...

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