Deadline: September 27, 2019

An image can convey a powerful message without the use of a single word, and a series of images can tell an entire story. This past month alone, shocking photographs of the burning Amazon and São Paulo darkened with ash unlocked a story of deforestation, large-scale agricultural and mining operations, and attacks on Indigenous communities. In harnessing the power of visual documentation and storytelling, how can we apply the use of photography to stories of environmental protection and potential solutions in order to understand how we can best move forward?

For this assignment, 20 photographers will be asked to visually illustrate the environmental projects supported by the GCCA+ in 10 different countries. Themes will span from energy (solar and other renewable energy), nature-based solutions, climate displacement, coastal resilience, climate finance, gender, waste management, mangroves restoration, and more.

Projects will take place for a 1-2 week period over the course of October 2019 to April 2020, and we are looking for photographers from the following countries to document the local environmental projects:

  1. Africa: Ghana, Togo, Djibouti, Chad, Mozambique, Sudan, Namibia, Rwanda, Uganda, Nigeria
  2. The Caribbeans: Cuba, Dominican Republic, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago
  3. Oceania: Papaua New Guinea, Marshall Islands
  4. Asia: Laos, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Bhutan
  5. Asia: Laos, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Bhutan


Climate Tracker will:

  1. Provide a stipend of €350
  2. Cover local travel costs (budget will be discussed with and approved by Climate Tracker prior to the assignment)
  3. Work with a regional coordinator to help organize your local travels.


Photographers aged 18-30 are encouraged to apply. However, you may still submit an application even if you are above the age limit if you believe that you would be a strong fit for this assignment.


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