Climate change is impacting the Alps and having a knock-on effect on the lives of the people who live and work there. This series looks at the impacts through the eyes of people who are feeling them first hand.
'I can feel it’s getting warmer and warmer'
Freeskier Max Kroneck has lived in The Alps for his whole life, and even in that short time he has been able to feel the effects of climate change.
'You're definitely leaving a footprint somewhere'
Sebastian Steinbach is the owner of Black Sheep, an independent freeride ski shop based in Munich. He has seen not only a change in the winters, but also in the attitudes of his customers.
'Year by year the glacier is going back'
Photographer Anton Brey has spent decades exploring The Alps. To him, there is still so much to discover, and he is truly at home in the mountains.
'We're seeing a temperature rise in The Alps'
Glacier scientist Lea Hartl works in Innsbruck, studying glaciers and permafrost in the region and further afield. It's one of the most visible signs of the changing climate.