A view from the home of the family of Du Jinping, 45, who lives in China’s Tengger Desert, of her daughter Liu Jiali running through sand dunes. The family are among “ecological migrants” forced to move home by desertification. Photo: Josh Haner/The New York TimesA view from the home of the family of Du Jinping, 45, who lives in China’s Tengger Desert, of her daughter Liu Jiali running through sand dunes. The family are among “ecological migrants” forced to move home by desertification. Photo: Josh Haner/The New York Times
A view from the home of the family of Du Jinping, 45, who lives in China’s Tengger Desert, of her daughter Liu Jiali running through sand dunes. The family are among “ecological migrants” forced to move home by desertification. Photo: Josh Haner/The New York Times

From China to the Pacific to Yellowstone National Park, how climate change impacts people and nature – photographer’s graphic images

  • The photo looks innocent – a child in China running across sand dunes. But desertification has made her family climate refugees.
  • Pulitzer Prize winner Josh Haner’s images from around the world show the impact of climate change on people and nature
Topic |   Climate crisis
A view from the home of the family of Du Jinping, 45, who lives in China’s Tengger Desert, of her daughter Liu Jiali running through sand dunes. The family are among “ecological migrants” forced to move home by desertification. Photo: Josh Haner/The New York TimesA view from the home of the family of Du Jinping, 45, who lives in China’s Tengger Desert, of her daughter Liu Jiali running through sand dunes. The family are among “ecological migrants” forced to move home by desertification. Photo: Josh Haner/The New York Times
A view from the home of the family of Du Jinping, 45, who lives in China’s Tengger Desert, of her daughter Liu Jiali running through sand dunes. The family are among “ecological migrants” forced to move home by desertification. Photo: Josh Haner/The New York Times
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