This collection of photos follows the first episode of Shifting Climates. Below you can view portraits of our interview subjects as well as some landscapes pertaining to the episode.
A roadside sign on Coal Heritage Tr. (Route 52) in McDowell County, West Virginia.
A panoramic view of a logging site less than half a mile above Randy and Joan Green’s house. Without trees to absorb rainwater, there is a higher risk of flash flooding. The Greens are concerned about mud and debris washing down the hill and are unsure how long they will be able to remain in their home.
Sibonukuhle Ncube, a peacebuilder with the Brethren in Christ Compassion and Development Service in Zimbabwe.
Aubrey Taylor McClain, a Hebrew Bible Scholar and Professor at Greenville University in Illinois.
A fallen tree just up the hill from the Green’s home.
From the Green’s home we walked straight up a hill, bushwhacking our way through thick brush, trees, thorns and poison ivy, until we emerged at this clearing in the forest. This gap in the green landscape was littered with fallen tree trunks. It was no more than a ten minute walk from the Green’s.
Randy and Joan Green standing outside of their home.
Pastor Randy Green sitting on his front porch in Elkhorn, West Virginia.