Exposing climate change: the power of photography
How does one capture the existential threat of climate change?
Can photojournalism tell a story that urges us to take action?
The Walkley Awards are upcoming, with the Nikon-Walkley Press Photography Exhibition on now until 21 January 2024 at the State Library of NSW. Award-winning photojournalist and the Sydney Morning Herald’s Chief Photographer Nick Moir has been specialising in bushfire and unique weather since the late ’90s. He spoke to James Murray on 2SER The Daily about the power of photography to expose the long-term trends in our changing climate.
Hear more from Nick Moir in a panel discussion at the State Library of NSW. “Exposing climate change: the power of photography” is a free event on Thursday 16 November at 6pm.
Photo credit: Nick Moir (‘Burning Boat’ from Firestorm)