After the IPCC’s Global Warming of 1.5 °C special report published in October 2018 the world seemed to acknowledge the changing climate as a global crisis. As the changes and effects are more visible to human eye in many parts of the world, in others, it still feels and seems like an abstract phenomenon hard to grasp – despite the fact that in the northern hemisphere, the effects of the warming climate are said to be two-fold. How does the changing climate show in the everyday lives of people? What does climate change look like in Finland? The series Climate change all day every day is a collection of both real and imagined observations of signs of climate change in Finland through the eyes of the photographer. The images invite the viewer to seek presentations of what our society looks like today and future visions of what it might look like in the years to come, if the people and policies fail to act on the crisis.