Must-read photo essay on climate change in the Pacific

Children of Etas village on Efate watch a water truck delivering drinking water to their village after Cyclone Pam. Photo: Vlad Sokhin

Children of Etas village on Efate watch a fire truck delivering drinking water to their village after Cyclone Pam in March 2015. Photo: Vlad Sokhin

‘Warm Waters’, a photo essay on climate change by photojournalist Vlad Sokhin, is the best piece of reporting on climate change in the Pacific we’ve ever seen, period. Sokhin’s images and text capture the grave threat climate change poses to the Pacific islands from sea level rise, hotter weather, changes to rainfall and stronger cyclones.

Please go and take a look at the photo-essay here, and encourage your friends to read it too!