Acclaimed photographer Rankin celebrates the UK’s ‘Everyday Climate Heroes’ with a photography exhibition in Belgravia’s Eccleston Yards featuring ten standout citizens; each bring a message of hope, underlined by a sense of urgency to do what they can to secure the future of the planet. Ranging from a former coal miner to a farmer, scientists to teachers, a factory worker and a waitress, the campaign changes the focus from politicians and activists to those who truly make a difference to our environment through their everyday actions.

Working in partnership with Futerra Solutions Union, a new non-profit that harnesses the power of culture to accelerate sustainable development, the series of images were unveiled at the Blue Zone at COP26; they are on display in Eccleston Yards from 5th – 30th November, currently the only place in the world where the general public can see the full exhibition.

Eccleston Yards, 21 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9AZ

Pictured above: Sandra Salazar D’eca, founder of Go Grow With Love