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Landscape photographer Olaf Otto Becker has documented the visible traces that human beings leave on the planet.
Olaf Otto Becker
Photo by Olaf Otto Becker
The British photographer, Levon Biss, shows us a hidden world of insects, which we would rarely get an insight into, if it weren't for his stunning microscopic photographs.
Blue calamintha bee | Photo by Levon Biss
Ninespotted lady beetle | Photo by Levon Biss
Giant Patagonian bumblebee | Photo by Levon Biss
Papilio Achilles chikae | Photo by Levon Biss
Photographer Jakob Dall shows the consequences of climate change in the world's most vulnerable countries. His new photo book +2°C documents three decades of climate change.
Ethiopia, 2008. In southern Ethiopia, for over two years, no rain has fallen at all. And the future looks bleak for people in the Oromiya region. Soil that used to be fertile is now a desert landscape.
Svalbard, 2019. All life in this vulnerable ecosystem is affected. Warmer sea water from the Gulf Stream enters the icy fjords causing major changes in marine life for native plankton and fish species.
Bangladesh, 2009. Nearly 75% of Bangladesh sits below sea level and faces annual floods, and gradual salinity intrusion is very threatening to food production, coastal biodiversity and human health. By 2050, the country may have lost 8% of its territory due to rising sea levels.
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