Carlisle, CA3 8TP
Ashley Cooper describes his self-funded fourteen-year project to document the causes of climate change, its many impacts, and the rise of renewable energy on every continent on the planet.
He is the only living photographer to have done this, and the results of his work have been captured in his award-winning book, Images from a Warming Planet.
The stunning visual images graphically depict how natural ecosystems are collapsing as the world warms, and the measures we can take to avoid the worst excesses of climate change.
Ashley Cooper’s work is used in newspapers and magazines all around the world.
Booking for this event will be via the Borderlines Book Festival website. Please keep an eye on their site, as booking will open soon.
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This event is part of the Cumbria Green Build & Sustainable Living Festival 2019. Thank you to our headline sponsor: