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COAL + ICE exhibition on display in Paris during COP21 climate talks. (Leah Thompson/Asia Society)

U.S. Ambassador's Residence in Paris Hosts Exhibition Documenting the Consequences of Coal During COP21

COAL+ICE, a documentary photography and video exhibition and project of the Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations, opened November 30th at the Hôtel de Pontalba. more

COAL+ICE in Shanghai

Coal+Ice takes over a subterranean would-be parking garage in Shanghai, to create a beautiful and unique documentary photography and video exhibition. more
Public tours COAL+ICE exhibition at the Vanke Cente in Xuhui District, Shanghai. (Frank Ortmanns)

Exhibition Documenting Consequences of Fossil Fuels Use Opens in Shanghai

The documentary photography exhibition features 32 artists whose work visually narrates the complex chain of consequences triggered by mankind’s use of fossil fuels. more

Climate Change: A Case of Boiling Frog Syndrome?

Photographer and mountaineer David Breashears describes how he finally became aware of the effects of climate change in the Himalaya. more

Climate Change at High Altitudes (Complete)

Photographers Ian Teh and David Breashears present their images from the frontiers of global warming in a discussion with Orville Schell. more
David Breashears: Ice Gallery, Main Rongbuk Glacier, Mount Everest, 2011. (GlacierWorks)

Watch: A Climate Change Photo Exhibit Atop Mount Everest [Interview]

Mountaineer and filmmaker David Breashears treks up Mount Everest to display photographs of coal mining and melting glaciers at 17,723 feet. more
Yang Junpo, Pingdingshan, Henan Province, China, 1996.

'Coal + Ice' Exhibition Opens in Beijing

The Center on US-China Relations photography exhibition "Coal + Ice," documenting the effect of coal-fueled climate change on Himalayan glaciers, opens in Beijing. more

'Coal + Ice' Exhibit Opens in Beijing

Take a look behind the installation and opening of the 'Coal+Ice' exhibit at Three Shadows Photography Art Centre in Beijing. more
The Melt, a multimedia experience explaining the effects of climate change to the ecosystem and people of Asia.
The Melt
As the glaciers of the Himalayas melt, changes occur and our environment responds as physics dictate. As Bill KcKibben puts it, "Nature doesn't meet us half way." more