Vol. 29, No. 3: Snapshot: Climate

Vol. 29, No. 3: Snapshot: Climate

Snapshot: Climate issue features more than 60 photographs and accompanying short reflections from artists, activists, photojournalists, and scientists to provide a “snapshot” look at climate impacts across the South.

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Making the Invisible Visible

by Angel Hsu

“Examining how individuals, private businesses, financial institutions, and local governments can contribute to climate action provides some hope and sense of agency.”

Snapshot: Climate

by Southern Cultures

I’m grateful to the people willing to share with me, and to be able to contribute in my own small way. I’m trying to remain hopeful, to not look away, to act with compassion and purpose against our shared challenging reality. —Brandon Dill

“Climate Change Is an Everything Issue”

by Katharine Hayhoe, Bryan Giemza

“To address the climate crisis, you have to recognize how climate change is intersecting with other issues, such as poverty, racism, socioeconomic inequality, injustice, and more.”

Before the Streetlights Come On

by Heather McTeer Toney

“Compassion and action for the planet cannot exist without compassion and action for the people on it.”

Confessions of a Climate Scientist

by James W. C. White

“What one generation does to change climate—such as add greenhouse gases to the atmosphere—the next generation must live with.”

The Inner Banks

by Megan Mayhew Bergman

“Like any small town, the ones that compose the Inner Banks have their specificities and nuances, their joys and problems.”

Back Porch

by Marcie Cohen Ferris

“We all struggle with interior storms in these challenging times. Strength lies in action and solidarity.”

Letters to a Black Boy Buried in Texas

by Faylita Hicks

“All of these hours are swinging open, / doors you will never walk through.”