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Take me somewhere else

Take me somewhere else

There was a brickfield near my village home. Then I was a small child. The brickfield used to fascinate me. Particularly, when I found workers making bricks from clay in


Frederic Vanwalleghem | Into The Eye

This is a documentary on how climate change is increasing the intensity of extreme weather events, displacing millions of people, destroying livelihoods, crops and livestock.


Rosignano. Italy - August 2013. A view of the Solvay Factory in Rosignano and of the pipeline that transport the materia from and to the factory. The factory was built around the 1940. A local NGO calculate that 90000 tons of toxic wast was released in the sea in front of the factory.

Tommaso Rada | Caribbean Illusion

In 1941 in Tuscany nearby a small village named Rosignano, Solvay built a factory for the production of chemical products derived from NaCl.


Trees in the park provide shelter to urban birds.

Park Life

City parks are places for refreshment. People come here to seek solitude and breathe fresh air – indeed it gives urban people a sense of openness. With the rapid urbanization


Shy shadows #1

Tommaso Fiscaletti | Shy shadows

This project is for me the first concrete step towards the externalization of what Man has within himself. With the portrayed subjects, I’ve built personal relationships and I feel they


Lahore, Pakistan.  An electronic and electrical waste collection area on the outskirts of Lahore.  In this place small business’ owners, look for wastes that they can use for recycling and waste disposal purposes or that contain precious metals.

Valentino Bellini | BIT ROT Project

Bit rot is a colloquial term used in the computerized information systems environment to indicate the gradually decaying of data stored on storage medias or software over the duration of


Asia, Mongolia. 18/03/2011. In the photo, 29-year-old Erdene Tuya hauls a sheep lost for the dzud to a small burial ground close to their yurt (gher). In Mongolia's Arkhangai province, the Tsamba family lives on the edge, struggling through harsh winters alongside their herd of sheep. Severe winter conditions, known as dzud, have been responsible for the deaths of half the family's once 2,000-strong herd over the past three winters. Recently, in search of warmer pastures, the Tsambas moved from Bulgan province in the north to this region near a central Mongolian village called Ulziit.

Alessandro Grassani | Environmental migrants: the last illusion

2008 became the point of no return: for the first time in history there are more people living in cities than in rural areas.


Ghazipur Landfill Site, Delhi, India - August, 2012 - the landfill on an overcast afternoon

Chandan Gomes | The Promise of Beauty

Situated on NH 24, close to the border of Delhi & Ghaziabad, the Ghazipur landfill is Delhi’s oldest wasteland. Spread across an area of over 30 acres, the landfill now


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