Anders Birch sent me the link to Face the Climate, a new project he is part of: “Climate change is often described through news about scientific reports or political negotiations. However, climate change is a global phenomenon affecting us all. Consequently, Face the Climate has visited nine families in nine different countries in order to report how climate change is affecting their lives. By telling the stories of individual people, we seek to make a complex subject more tangible - thereby unfolding the large scale context of climate change.” The site features photography (incl. 360 panoramas you can control yourself), videos, articles (which you can download)… setting the benchmark for what photojournalism can look like in this year 2010.