Climate change manifests in many different ways:

rising sea levels, powerful cyclones, changing weather pattern, coastal erosion, thawing permafrost, coral bleaching, deforestation, altered animal migration patterns, disrupted hunting and fishing and human migration from affected areas.

All of these are threatening the sustainable ways of life of communities across the Pacific, the largest region on the planet.

Warm Waters

When I first started working on Warm Waters in 2013, I intended to show how climate change is affecting Papua New Guinea.

Slowly, the ubiquitous evidence of the effects of climate change in the Pacific overwhelmed me.

I see how humans overload and abuse nature, unbalancing the system. However, humanity is not destroying the planet; our planet cannot be destroyed. Humanity is destroying itself.