Supratim Bhattacharjee’s work is based on long-term in-depth visual storytelling over environmental social and humanitarian issues. His long-term project “Sinking Sundarbans (2013 – Ongoing)” is widely accepted and helped to open the eyes of many global climate activists. In this project, he has been depicting how the world’s biggest mangrove region is under the biggest threat of climate change. His other project, ” The curse of coal” is also widely accepted which he started in 2014 and it is still ongoing. It’s a long-term project over fossil fuel extraction and its deadly impact on the environment. This environmental and humanitarian project got selected for the “UNICEF photo of the year”, 2020. His works are also displayed in the Climate Adaptation Summit 2021, The Netherlands. His works have been acknowledged and appreciated globally and regularly published in major international publications. His environmental and humanitarian projects are powerful enough to create an impact over the policymakers to take steps for the sake of humanity. Moving forward, he has plans to represent the gruesome realities of human life of the South Asian Countries with utmost honesty, maintaining the dignity of the human race.