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NEWS / Podcast: One man's journey to document climate change around the world
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Image: Ashley Cooper's new book Images From a Warming Planet includes photographs of climate change and its impacts on every continent on Earth. Copyright: Ashley Cooper.

By Will Bugler,

Ashley Cooper is the only person on earth to have photographed climate change and its impacts on every continent on the planet. He has spent the last 13 years, capturing thousands of images that show the devastating effects and captivating beauty of climate change. Now, for the first time, Ashley has collected 500 of his best images and released them in a book "Images From a Warming Planet". To learn more about, and purchase his book visit:

Ashley spoke to Acclimatise on a bright and sunny morning from his home in the Lake District.


Here is a handfull of Ashley's photos, see many more at

Image: Flooding in Central Europe. Copyright Ashley Cooper 2016.
Image: A scientist ads red dye to glacial meltwater to measure the rate of melt. Copyright Ashley Cooper 2016.

Image: Oil Refinery. Copyright Ashley Cooper 2016.

Image: Windmills. Copyright Ashley Cooper 2016.