In a world continually affected by climate change, advocacy becomes more and more important. Sometimes, in order to become advocates for sustainability and the health of the planet, readers need exposure to the harsh reality of the effects of climate change. Climate Visuals is a website and image library that draws evidence from "over 350 climate change and environmental groups, journalists, educators, and businesses," to illustrate the ways in which climate change is physically affecting the planet, its people, and their lives. Visitors may wish to use the climate visuals to explore how different regions are affected by climate change, to support a research project, to employ these unique materials in the classroom, or to educate themselves. To find these visuals, readers can browse the image library by topic or enter a specific keyword in the search bar on the page linked above. Users can also explore resources on "Evidence," "Impact," and "Partnerships," as well as "News" resources, all of which are accessible in the menu at the left side of the page (seen as a hamburger icon on tablets and mobile devices). Finally, readers can contribute their own photographs and participate in documenting climate change in their communities by clicking "Visualizing Climate Change: An open call for photography." Climate Visuals is a project of Climate Outreach, an organization dedicated to centering people in discussions about climate change.