A group of 80 rural Bangladeshi women have taken up photography to illustrate the burdens of climate change on their communities in their remote coastal forested home of Sundarbans. Their photographs show vibrant colors, starkly contrasted with dangerous narratives of potable water shortages, malnutrition, and lack of healthcare, hygiene and sanitation resources. Through their photography, these women have exposed daily realities, and their work raising awareness of the catastrophic effects that climate change is having on their home. Their photographs are also being used to improve infrastructure and amenities in negotiation processes with authorities. Photo credit: Koan Collaboration