Brooklyn-based artist Zaria Forman has a creative way of getting more people to care about climate change. She draws eerily beautiful art depicting the most vulnerable locales across the globe.
Working in pastels using only her hands, Forman renders images of melting icebergs and rising sea levels on a large scale and in realistic detail, giving the viewer the experience of these beautiful, yet quickly changing landscapes.
She gave a TED talk on her work and process:
And to her site to check out more of her work: