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Ellen Kok
00321487
Duitsland, Berlijn, 10-11-2019 All you need is less is een bewustwordingscampagne van een kleine groep verontruste Berlijnse burgers, die de aandacht willen vestigen op de gevaren van klimaatveranderi...
Daphne Channa Horn
00319608
Nederland, Amsterdam, 7 oktober Demonstranten blokkeren de Stadhouderskade. Klimaatactivisten van Extiction Rebellion. De demonstranten vragen met deze actie meer aandacht voor de wereldwijde klimaatc...
Daphne Channa Horn
00319607
Nederland, Amsterdam, 7 oktober Demonstranten blokkeren de Stadhouderskade. Klimaatactivisten van Extiction Rebellion. De demonstranten vragen met deze actie meer aandacht voor de wereldwijde klimaatc...
Stefan Boness / VISUM
00319407
DEU, Deutschland, Germany, Berlin, 25.09.2019 Demonstranten mit Schild How Dare You, einem Zitat von Greta Thunberg auf der UN Vollversammlung, auf der Demonstration von Schuelerinnen und Schueler der...
Stefan Boness / VISUM
00319408
DEU, Deutschland, Germany, Berlin, 25.09.2019 Demonstranten mit Masken von der Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel und Olaf Scholz, Bundesfinanzminister SPD, auf der Demonstration von Schuelerinnen und Schu...
Stefan Boness / VISUM
00319409
DEU, Deutschland, Germany, Berlin, 25.09.2019 Demonstranten mit Schild How Dare You, einem Zitat von Greta Thunberg auf der UN Vollversammlung, auf der Demonstration von Schuelerinnen und Schueler der...
Patrick Cockpit / Hans Lucas
00306658
Climate demonstration, Paris, France, 21rst of September. Manifestation pour le climat, Paris, le 21 septembre 2019.
Patrick Cockpit / Hans Lucas
00306659
Climate demonstration, Paris, France, 21rst of September. Manifestation pour le climat, Paris, le 21 septembre 2019.
Patrick Cockpit / Hans Lucas
00306657
Climate demonstration, Paris, France, 21rst of September. Manifestation pour le climat, Paris, le 21 septembre 2019.
Gerlo Beernink
00306718
Nederland, Amsterdam, 20190920. klimaatstaking in Amsterdam op de Dam Over de hele wereld protesteren scholieren en andere demonstranten vanwege de derde staking tegen klimaatverandering, dit keer in...
Gerlo Beernink
00306721
Nederland, Amsterdam, 20190920. klimaatstaking in Amsterdam op de Dam Over de hele wereld protesteren scholieren en andere demonstranten vanwege de derde staking tegen klimaatverandering, dit keer in...
Gerlo Beernink
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Nederland, Amsterdam, 20190920. klimaatstaking in Amsterdam op de Dam Over de hele wereld protesteren scholieren en andere demonstranten vanwege de derde staking tegen klimaatverandering, dit keer in...
Gerlo Beernink
00306719
Nederland, Amsterdam, 20190920. klimaatstaking in Amsterdam op de Dam Over de hele wereld protesteren scholieren en andere demonstranten vanwege de derde staking tegen klimaatverandering, dit keer in...
Gerlo Beernink
00306723
Nederland, Amsterdam, 20190920. klimaatstaking in Amsterdam op de Dam Over de hele wereld protesteren scholieren en andere demonstranten vanwege de derde staking tegen klimaatverandering, dit keer in...
Gerlo Beernink
00306720
Nederland, Amsterdam, 20190920. klimaatstaking in Amsterdam op de Dam Over de hele wereld protesteren scholieren en andere demonstranten vanwege de derde staking tegen klimaatverandering, dit keer in...
Bas de Meijer
00319373
Nederland, Leersum, 24-08-2019 Door droogte zijn de Leersumse Plassen op het Leersumse Veld bijna drooggevallen. Due to the heat and drought the Leersumse Plassen are almost empty. Foto: Bas de Meijer...
Bas de Meijer
00319374
Nederland, Leersum, 24-08-2019 Door droogte zijn de Leersumse Plassen op het Leersumse Veld bijna drooggevallen. Due to the heat and drought the Leersumse Plassen are almost empty. Foto: Bas de Meijer...
Bas de Meijer
00319372
Nederland, Leersum, 24-08-2019 Door droogte zijn de Leersumse Plassen op het Leersumse Veld bijna drooggevallen. Due to the heat and drought the Leersumse Plassen are almost empty. Foto: Bas de Meijer...
Ellen Kok
00304303
Nederland, Nijmegen, 09-08-2019 Een forse regenbui zet in korte tijd een tuin blank, druppels vallen in plassen. /// Netherlands, A huge rain shower floods a garden in a short timespan with water, rai...
Theo Rouby
00320186
These girls play hopscotch in front of their house. At each high tide, salty water laps the soil. It is impossible to maintain a food garden in these conditions. The inhabitants of Funafuti lack fresh...
Theo Rouby
00295010
In Vaiaku, the elders remember that the beach was much wider in the past. In March 2019, a storm still caused damage on the coast of Funafuti. A Vaiaku, les anciens se souviennent que la plage etait b...
Theo Rouby
00295012
Soil salinization and lack of arable land affect Tuvalu's food security according to the UN. Taiwan funds a gardening program but is limited by the lack of space on the main island Funafuti. La salini...
Theo Rouby
00295022
Children play hopscotch in an alley in Vaiaku. Each year saltwater intrusions wash the soil. Few plant species are able to grow in this difficult environment. Des enfants jouent a la marelle dans une...
Theo Rouby
00295033
On the seashore, coconut palms are threatened by soil erosion and salinization. Sur le bord de mer, les cocotiers sont menaces par l'erosion et la salinisation des sols.
Theo Rouby
00295011
The Maritime Academy is flooded at every high tide on the island of Amatuku. According to a former student, the litoral has lost ground for ten years. The rising waters should make the Pacific low isl...
Theo Rouby
00320202
The children find their families in the lagoon after school. The sale of fishing licenses allows the state to finance free school. Les enfants retrouvent leur famille dans le lagon apres lâecole. La v...
Theo Rouby
00320214
The Maritime Academy of Tuvalu trains sailors for merchant ships around the world. The 2019 promotion will not have a job. Cadets are facing the cheaper Asian workforce. The government plans to negoti...
Theo Rouby
00320217
Lialai Taukai catches flying fish using an artisanal fishing net called "Taetae". They are attracted to the surface of the water by the light of a lamp fixed on a construction helmet. The fisherman is...
Theo Rouby
00320215
According to a study published in 2014 in Environmental Health Perspectives journal, global warming increases the risk of contracting ciguatera. This potentially fatal disease is caused by reef fish....
Theo Rouby
00320216
People very often kills a pig for the Sunday meal or a special event. Breeding is limited by lack of space. On tue tres occasionnellement un cochon pour le repas du dimanche ou un evenement special. L...
Theo Rouby
00320213
For less than ten years, the Maritime Academy's yard has been flooded at high tide. Global warming hampers development prospects on this overcrowded island. It makes the population even more dependent...
Theo Rouby
00320187
Tausi Tapulanga, 41, worked for several years in the merchant navy, away from his wife and children. It is estimated that about a quarter of the men in the archipelago are employed on cargo ships arou...
Theo Rouby
00320193
Lialai Taukai catches flying fish using an artisanal fishing net called "tae tae". They are attracted to the surface of the water by the light of a lamp fixed on a construction helmet. The fisherman i...
Theo Rouby
00320192
Using a simple flashlight to avoid the traps of the lagoon, Benjamin Teaukai takes off with his brother Lialai. Night fishing is more efficient. It is also more dangerous. The two fishermen sail to th...
Theo Rouby
00320194
At night, flying fish are abundant along the outer reef of the atoll. This species that does not consume coral can not be poisoned by ciguatera. La nuit, les poissons volants sont abondants le long du...
Theo Rouby
00320178
The waters of the Pacific become more and more a threat on these islands which culminate at 1.80m average. Storms and high tides intensity is increasing as a result of climate change. Les eaux du Paci...
Theo Rouby
00320184
This man collapsed from fatigue under a pandanus. The sweltering heat weighs on the organisms. Especially since the population of Tuvalu is not healthy because of a poor quality diet. Heart attacks ar...
Theo Rouby
00320185
The traditional canoe disappear as there are fewer and fewer fish near the capital. In 2017, the fisheries department counted about 93 canoe for 143 motor boats. Fishermen who can not afford a motor b...
Theo Rouby
00320177
The Tuvalu Archipelago is made up of nine atolls. The ocean has always provided food security for its population, estimated at nearly 11,000 inhabitants. It is the most dependent fishing country in th...
Theo Rouby
00295034
Houses in Teone district on Funafuti Atoll. About 300 people live on a strip of land just 100m wide, between the lagoon and the Pacific swell. Des habitations dans le quartier de Teone sur l'atoll de...
Theo Rouby
00295032
Cement blocks were stacked on the seafront at Teone to protect the houses from the swell. Des blocs de ciment ont ete empiles sur le front de mer a Teone pour proteger les habitations de la houle.
Theo Rouby
00295008
Rain is the main source of water for the 11,000 inhabitants of Tuvalu. According to the UN, groundwater is no longer consumable due to the intrusion of seawater. La pluie est la principale source d'ea...
Theo Rouby
00295009
On Christmas Day 2018, the strong swell destroyed the Fale (a traditional shelter) of this family in Kavatoetoe. Le jour de Noel 2018, la forte houle a detruit le Fale (un abri traditionnel) de cette...
Theo Rouby
00295006
Tuvalu is one of the most fish-dependent countries for its food security. Global warming may have an impact on coastal fisheries, according to scientists. It produces changes in the marine environment...
Theo Rouby
00295014
A young man bathes in front of the remains of a wharf destroyed by a storm in Teone. One of the main effects of climate change is the increase in the number of natural disasters such as cyclones and f...
Theo Rouby
00295007
A New Zealand scientific study showed in 2018 that Tuvalu has gained 75 hectares of land despite a significant rise in water for 40 years. This phenomenon shows the dynamics of the atolls which are mo...
Theo Rouby
00295013
Houses on the seashore are hit by waves several times a year. In Teone, about 300 inhabitants (according to the Tuvalu Red Cross) live on a strip of coral less than 100 m wide. Les maisons situes en b...
Theo Rouby
00295028
In Luapou, the seawall was destroyed in 2015 by the waves generated by category 5 cyclone Pam. Global warming is accompanied by an increase in the number and intensity of exceptional weather events. A...
Theo Rouby
00295021
A man ends his night on a construction site along the road in Vaiaku. With nearly 7,000 inhabitants for an area of ââ2.6 square kilometers,the capital of Tuvalu lacks building land. Un homme termine s...
Theo Rouby
00295029
In Luapou, the seawall was destroyed in 2015 by the waves generated by category 5 cyclone Pam. Global warming is accompanied by an increase in the number and intensity of exceptional weather events. A...
Theo Rouby
00295031
The inhabitants of Funafuti gained 8% of land in 2016. New Zealand has funded the transfer of 200,000 cubic meters of sand to fill brackish water pits. New Zealand is the main country, along with Aust...
Theo Rouby
00320182
Every morning, the fish is sold in a few minutes on the side of the road. It's the only product available on a daily basis. Chaque matin, le poisson est vendu en quelques dizaines de minutes sur le bo...
Theo Rouby
00295030
In Luapou, the seawall was destroyed in 2015 by the waves generated by category 5 cyclone Pam. Global warming is accompanied by an increase in the number and intensity of exceptional weather events. A...
Theo Rouby
00295027
In 2015, the strong swell generated by cyclone Pam destroyed the seawall and the garden of this house in Luapou. Every year, water floods the house during the hurricane season. The family does not bot...
Theo Rouby
00320189
The waste associated with urbanization pollutes the lagoon. The Fisheries Department emphasizes the link between wastewater discharges and ciguatera. This disease is caused by the proliferation of sea...
Theo Rouby
00320211
Every morning, the fish is sold in a few minutes on the side of the road. It's the only product available on a daily basis. Chaque matin, le poisson est vendu en quelques dizaines de minutes sur le bo...
Theo Rouby
00320212
In 2015, the swell of Pam cyclone destroyed the seawall of this house in Luapou. The family does not bother to clean. She faces new storms every year. The increase of intense weather phenomena is the...
Theo Rouby
00320188
In 2015, the swell of Pam cyclone destroyed the seawall of this house in Luapou. The family does not bother to clean. She faces new storms every year. The increase of intense weather events is the mai...
Theo Rouby
00320203
Many residents seek to immigrate to New Zealand, which limits the reception to 75 Tuvaluans each year. According to a 2016 report from the World Bank, demand will continue to increase strongly because...
Theo Rouby
00320190
Half of the population of Tuvalu is under 25 years old. The young people gather at the end of the day to play sports. The climate is too heavy during the day. La moitie de la population des Tuvalu a m...
Theo Rouby
00320191
This painting hangs in the lobby of a hotel in Funafuti. Traditional spear fishing is no longer practiced. There are not enough fish on the shore. Ce tableau est accroche dans le hall dâun hotel a Fun...
Theo Rouby
00320180
Fish is the basis of food in a country that is dependent on expensive imported products. The daily ration varies between 230 g (urban area) and 400 g (rural area) per person. The average world consump...
Theo Rouby
00320181
Benett Simeona, 38, is employed in the telecommunications service. Before leaving for work, he prepares the fish that the young have caught during the night. Jobs are very rare. Families show solidari...
Theo Rouby
00295026
Sea water arrives at the doors of houses in Kavatoetoe. In this low part of Funafuti, the beach has lost ground. L'eau de mer arrive aux portes des maisons a Kavatoetoe. Dans cette partie peu elevee d...
Theo Rouby
00295024
In Kavatoetoe, Tomasi Tutasi, 64, remembers the first time he saw water coming into his house. It was in 1972 during the cyclone Bebe. For the past ten years, water has been coming in several times a...
Theo Rouby
00295025
Sea water arrives at the doors of houses in Kavatoetoe. In this low part of Funafuti, the beach has lost ground. L'eau de mer arrive aux portes des maisons a Kavatoetoe. Dans cette partie peu elevee d...
Theo Rouby
00295023
The house of Lina Palati, 50 years old, is flooded every year in Kavatoetoe. She remembers that the sea did not rise as high when she was younger. La maison de Lina Palati, 50 ans, est inondee tous le...
Theo Rouby
00320199
Bigeye tunas are regularly caught with schools of skipjack. Stocks of this species are considered overexploited. The Greenpeace organization denounces fishing on fish aggregating devices that increase...
Theo Rouby
00320196
Fishery officers approach a tuna boat for a routine check. Tuvalu's economy is driven by the sale of licenses to foreign fleets. This industrial fishery brings in around 18.5 million euros (30M AUD) a...
Theo Rouby
00320195
Every year, in May, Funafuti celebrate World Tuna Day. The region concentrates the largest stocks on the planet. The sale of fishing licenses to foreign fleets is the main economic activity of Tuvalu....
Theo Rouby
00320200
In early 2019, FAO highlighted the consequences of global warming on Pacific tuna populations. The projections show a strong displacement of skipjack and yellowfin to the east of the ocean. In the nex...
Theo Rouby
00320198
Globally, six out of ten tuna are caught in the Western Central Pacific region. This represents 2.5 million tonnes of fish, including nearly 2 million tonnes of skipjack, the species most used by the...
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