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News ID: 4907
Publish Date: 26 September 2018 - 11:45
photography is the one of the proper way to show how humankind have affected the degradation of the Earth and all its inhabitants; and, with any luck stir their emotions so they move people to action.
ECO-IEST: photography is the one of the proper way to show how humankind have affected the degradation of the Earth and all its inhabitants; and, with any luck stir their emotions so they move people to action.

Not in My Forest. A southern pig-tailed macaque clutches a plastic bottle in its otherwise pristine natural habitat in Borneo, Malaysia.
 Photograph: Calvin Ke, Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2018

Save Turtle, A man tries to free a pollution-stricken turtle.
Photograph: Jing Li, Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2018
Happiness on a Rainy Day, Many children in Bangladesh love to bathe and play in the rain. The country, which is flat and occupied by the huge Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta, is exposed to floods, especially during monsoon season
Photograph: Fardin Oyan, Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2018

Floating Life on River Under Pollution, A watermelon seller rests on his boat, which drifts on the heavily polluted Burigongga river in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Photograph: Tapan Karmaker/2018 Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2018

Bulrush,the photograph shows a worker making straw bundles from reeds.
Photograph: Ümmü Kandilcioğlu, Turkey. Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2018


End Floating, this stunning image shows a ship sitting in salt in the Urmia Lake in Iran. Climate change is intensifying the droughts that speed up evaporation in the country. The lake is also suffering from illegal wells and a proliferation of dams and irrigation projects, causing it to shrink. Noxious, salt-tinged dust storms inflame the eyes, skin, and lungs of residents in surrounding areas. The drying up of the river is also destroying local habitats. With extreme salinity levels of 340g per litre, the lake is more than eight times saltier than ocean water
Photograph: Saeed Mohammadzadeh, Iran. Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2018

Dryness. A child sits on drought-stricken land that has become cracked and scaly. Long dry spells can cause the earth to remain open underground, even after the surface has sealed
Photograph: Chinmoy Biswas, India/2018 Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2018

Urban Life in Singapore. About 80% of Singapore’s population live in high-rises. Air pollution remains a significant problem, as is a lack of adequate healthcare in many parts of the region.
Photograph: Thigh Wanna/2018 Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2018



Source: The Guardian
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