Kayakers and a stranded motorist in the floodwaters on the road at Storth on the Kent Estuary. Photograph: Ashley Cooper/Images


The 2016 book by photojournalist Ashley Cooper documented the effects of climate change over 13 years and in more than 30 countries. Earlier this month, Cooper won the Green Apple award for environmental best practice at a ceremony at the UK House of Commons...

Cooper is planning to set up a website, I Commit, which aims to get citizens of the world to lower their carbon footprint and upload their own images of climate impacts. Here are his images of how extreme weather has affected the UK in recent years

photojournalist Ashley Cooper

Thursday 23 November 2017

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