Environmental art is a challenge as we ask an audience that is already dodging the bullets of everyday life to react to a catastrophe that seems insurmountable and beyond their own existence. The gloom and doom of destruction compete with the jaw-dropping wonder of nature so how do we marry the two? This piece shows an angular natural beauty that is both rich and violent; the moment before destruction. There is much talk of a climate change tipping point, but what if we go beyond that? Could we not claw our way back with a record of what we have lost?