Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. "Open your eyes. We have failed. The climate crisis is now." So begins the video introduction to " Postcards From a World on Fire ," an ambitious multimedia project reported and developed by more than 40 writers, photographers, editors and designers on the Opinion desk at The Times. The project, which appears in today's issue and was published online last month, documents how climate change has altered life in 193 countries. "We need to change the conversation around climate change," Kathleen Kingsbury, the Opinion editor, said in an interview. "We talk about it like it's in the future, but it's already changing the way we live." In July, inspired by the then-upcoming United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow, Ms. Kingsbury started a deskwide initiative that would immerse readers in the disastrous consequences of a warming world — not as an abstract, apocalyptic future threat, but as a present and personal one. The package would present the facts but also advocate prioritizing an issue that has had irreversible effects on the planet, which qualified "Postcards" as an Opinion project. She… Read full this story
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