Changing Perspectives: Chile examines the evolving nexus between renewable energy, development, and mining in the Atacama Desert of Chile.
Mountains are the water towers of the world. They provide freshwater to half the world’s population for irrigation, industry, domestic use, and hydropower.
The city of Rio de Janeiro has a singular relief, historically expanded right between the sea and several mountains, such as Corcovado and Sugar Loaf.
The nature of the Camargue is truly spectacular, showcasing Mother Nature’s raw and fragile beauty, which never fails to impress with its shapes and colors.
There is a garden in the city, an idyllic oasis set apart from the urban chaos by a wrought iron fence. If you pass it in the daytime, you might notice how nicely it has been curated and cared for it, how pretty it is, how much like paradise.
This series documents the incongruous behavior between man and the environment in Sumatra, Indonesia. On the one hand, humans destroy virgin forests, wounding and killing animals, while on the other hand they do everything possible to save them.