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This photo essay captures Delhi’s deadly shades of grey as the city stepped into 2017 choked with smog.
…over 371,000 hectares of the British landmass was reserved and appropriated for military use.
Rivers, human beings and forest create a strange bond in Sundarban, the largest mangrove forest located at the delta region of the river Ganges. The rivers nurture and support both
With a new approach in traditional nature photography, Laurent tries to capture the humanity and personality of each animal with deep black and high contrasts… (photo essay by Laurent Baheux)
The Bulgarian Black Sea was swamped by a three meter high tidal wave that came not from the sea, but from the nearby woodland. It swept away houses, trees and
L’exposition “L’Eau et les Rêves” propose une incursion dans l’univers photographique de grands contemporains.
he Green Island project was created out of the need to bring citizens back to a dimension of greater harmony between the urban fabric and the natural space. Green Island
The last global farmers shelter in rifts and unreachable ravines enveloped in loneliness huddle on the margins and scraps of earth still damp from warm, organic contact and human touch.
Writer(s): Michele Smargiassi
When they came to tell us that farming without farmers could exist we smiled. But now we have uninhabited expanses of land, mechanization, greenhouse plants untouched by human hand.
AzumaCenterFukushima, 2011. We arrived to Fukushima at 9.47. A colleague from Ryo Abe was waiting for us and came with us to the Azuma Evacuation Center, where friend and architecture’s
he most terrible technological accident of human history knows: Chernobyl, once an unknown place in the rich land of the Ukraine. Now a single chilling word that still casts
Some 20 years after the nuclear reactor incident of April 26, 1986. Chernobyl lies 100 kilometers north of the capital city of Kiev, in a boreal forest of winding rivers
Our planet is in crisis; a crisis captured through this collection of photo essays taken by world-class photographers. It tells a story of environmental degradation and gives a voice to
Writer(s): David Lee Summers, Elisabeth Rowe, Jo Kuper, Marcus Smith, Peter Nicholson, Tolu Ogunlesi