Ashley Cooper has spent the last thirteen years travelling to every continent on the planet to document the impacts of climate change and the rise of renewable energy. The only living photographer to have done so. This involved visiting over thirty countries. The travels took him from within 400 miles of the North Pole, to the Antarctic Peninsular, from 18,000 feet in the Bolivian Andes to 300 feet below sea level in Death Valley, from the Chinese Russian border to the tiny island state of Tuvala in the Pacific Ocean. What Cooper found at every turn was that those least responsible for climate change are most impacted by it, and at less than one degree of warming, the world is already suffering catastrophic consequences of our addiction to carbon.