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PRIVATE 45 | DEVELOPMENT. An Ecological Question

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 some of the forgotten peoples who are paying the price. This issue of PRIVATE takes us on a journey across the world, highlighting the human and environmental costs of “development” from our rivers and land to the skies above us.

Céline Anaya Gautier (Slaves in Paradise)
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Céline Anaya Gautier | Slaves in Paradise

Céline Anaya Gautier (Slaves in Paradise) Céline Anaya Gautier, Slaves in Paradise, from PRIVATE 45 – Development. An Ecological Question In the Dominican Republic the story of Uncle Tom has never ended. Not far from the luxury tourist beaches, hidden behind an impenetrable curtain of sugar cane, unsanitary wooden barracks are assembled...

Danny Veys (Basurero “real life”)
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Danny Veys | Basurero “real life”

PRIVATE 45, Danny Veys (Basurero “real life”) Danny Veys, Basurero “real life”, from PRIVATE 45 – Development. An Ecological Question I remember living for 7 years just one kilometer from “el basurero de la zone 3”, the dumpster in Guatemala city. As we moved to the house near the basurero, we could...

Francesco Zizola (When hunger is green)
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Francesco Zizola | When hunger is green

PRIVATE 45, Francesco Zizola (When hunger is green) Francesco Zizola, When hunger is green, from PRIVATE 45 – Development. An Ecological Question Amidst the lush dark green maize and banana leaves of Southern Ethiopia, children are dying of hunger. The hunger crisis leaves an estimated 4.6 million people in need of food,...

Alexa Brunet (On the Bitter Banks of the Amur River)
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Alexa Brunet | On the Bitter Banks of the Amur River

Alexa Brunet (On the Bitter Banks of the Amur River) Alexa Brunet, On the Bitter Banks  of the Amur River, from PRIVATE 45 – Development. An Ecological Question Region of Khabarovsk, Russian Far East. In November 2005, a petrochemical plant exploded in northern China, polluting the Songhua river which is one of...

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