The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the leading international body for the assessment of climate change. It was established by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - Shows how the things Burtynsky is photographing effects us as a whole - Industry

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the leading international body for the assessment of climate change. It was established by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - Shows how the things Burtynsky is photographing effects us as a whole - Industry

When the tsunami struck Sri Lanka on 26th December 2004, even the coastline south of the capital, Colombo, was affected. Many houses were destroyed and since then building near the beach has been limited. This image was taken for The United Nations Environment Programme.

When the tsunami struck Sri Lanka on 26th December 2004, even the coastline south of the capital, Colombo, was affected. Many houses were destroyed and since then building near the beach has been limited. This image was taken for The United Nations Environment Programme.

When the tsunami stuck the east coast of Sri Lanka in December 2004, many acres of mangrove forest along the coast were destroyed by the wave. UNEP, with the help of the local forest department gave seedlings to the local community, they grew them until they were ready to replace the destroyed mangrove. This image was taken for The United Nations Environment Programme.

When the tsunami stuck the east coast of Sri Lanka in December 2004, many acres of mangrove forest along the coast were destroyed by the wave. UNEP, with the help of the local forest department gave seedlings to the local community, they grew them until they were ready to replace the destroyed mangrove. This image was taken for The United Nations Environment Programme.

The coastline on the eastern side of Ampara District, took the full force of the tsunami 26th December 2004. This image was taken 3 years after the event. Most of the debris from the tsunami had been removed, leaving the empty shells of houses on the beach. UNEP were involved in the clean-up of asbestos which covered the beach and surrounding fields. This image was taken for The United Nations Environment Programme.

The coastline on the eastern side of Ampara District, took the full force of the tsunami 26th December 2004. This image was taken 3 years after the event. Most of the debris from the tsunami had been removed, leaving the empty shells of houses on the beach. UNEP were involved in the clean-up of asbestos which covered the beach and surrounding fields. This image was taken for The United Nations Environment Programme.

United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations World Tourism Organization & WMO 2008, Climate Change and Tourism: Responding to Global Challenges, UNEP/Earth Print. eISBN: 978-92-844-1234-1

United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations World Tourism Organization & WMO 2008, Climate Change and Tourism: Responding to Global Challenges, UNEP/Earth Print. eISBN: 978-92-844-1234-1

United Nations Environment Programme Montreal Protocol poster

United Nations Environment Programme Montreal Protocol poster

Deforestation, Bolivia. Left: June 17, 1975. Right: May 6, 2003. Credit: the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

The changing face of Earth

Deforestation, Bolivia. Left: June 17, 1975. Right: May 6, 2003. Credit: the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

United Nations Environment Programme Poster “A fragile Flower”

United Nations Environment Programme Poster “A fragile Flower”

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UNEP Finance Initiative: Innovative financing for sustainability

UNEP Finance Initiative: Innovative financing for sustainability

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