BOBBY MAGILL

Journalist • Photographer

Bobby Magill is a senior science writer for Climate Central in New York and a journalist who has covered fracking and the environment in Colorado and New Mexico since 2001. 

Portraits on the Front Lines of Climate Change: The Navajo Nation

These my images of the people I met on a recent Climate Central reporting trip to the Navajo Reservation. All photos by Bobby Magill. Read the story here.

R.G. Hunt, of Waterflow, N.M. 

R.G. Hunt, of Waterflow, N.M. 

Cindy Dixon stands at her sheep corral near her trailer southeast of Shiprock, N.M. 

Cindy Dixon stands at her sheep corral near her trailer southeast of Shiprock, N.M. 

Navajo anti-coal activists Victoria Gutierrez and Sarah Jane White and the billboard they erected on U.S. Highway 64 between Shiprock and Farmington, N.M. 

Navajo anti-coal activists Victoria Gutierrez and Sarah Jane White and the billboard they erected on U.S. Highway 64 between Shiprock and Farmington, N.M. 

R.G. Hunt's anti-coal mine billboard near Waterflow, N.M. 

R.G. Hunt's anti-coal mine billboard near Waterflow, N.M. 

Stanley Sim at his home in Fruitland, N.M. 

Stanley Sim at his home in Fruitland, N.M. 

Woody Benally of Navajo Tribal Water Resources in Dilkon, Ariz. His t-shirt sleeve reads: Got Water?

Woody Benally of Navajo Tribal Water Resources in Dilkon, Ariz. His t-shirt sleeve reads: Got Water?

Nellie Nez on her family's ranch north of Winslow, Ariz. 

Nellie Nez on her family's ranch north of Winslow, Ariz. 

Rancher and conservationist Sadie Lister in Dilkon, Ariz. 

Rancher and conservationist Sadie Lister in Dilkon, Ariz. 

A hitchhiker walking down U.S. 163 in Monument Valley, on the Utah-Arizona border. 

A hitchhiker walking down U.S. 163 in Monument Valley, on the Utah-Arizona border.