These photos were taken by photographer @gretarybus as part of our ongoing #EyeOnClimate series - a campaign dedicated to raising awareness of climate change impacts and solutions around the @UnitedNations’ Annual Meeting on Climate Change, #COP23: . Many Norwegian people tell stories about the annual snows arriving many months too late, and being too sparse. Hunters say the patterns and habitats of animals have made it hard to hunt, fisherman say the seas have become more acidic, and reindeer herders are losing animals due to changing weather patterns. . We are destroying the earth. The weather will continue to be unstable. I think it is mostly done by humans, by lots of things we do. Our industries. Now we have several seasons in a week. . – Berit Sara - Akkarfjord, Norway” . How is your #EyeOnClimate? . . . Share your climate change story with us, using the hashtag #EyeOnClimate. To see more photos, check out @Climasphere and our link in the bio.