jordi pizarro – disappearing lands: the “human face” of climate change in the sundarbans, india | burn magazine

jordi pizarro – disappearing lands: the “human face” of climate change in the sundarbans, india

‘Disappearing Lands’ sets out to capture the ‘human face’ of climate change. The delicate balance that has for many centuries existed in the Sundarbans between land, air, and sea, is today under threat, and in certain areas, the effects have been disastrous.

A black flag torn down – Correspondent

A black flag torn down

A flurry of bombs rain from the sky onto the hill. The sound is deafening and the hill is obscured by clouds of black smoke. The jihadists respond by firing heavy weapons. We don’t know who they are targeting but it’s too risky to remain perched on the roof, so we leave our vantage point and go indoors.

in War | 63 Words

How a Photographer Leaves the Hot Zone: A First-Hand Account of Ebola Screening – by Marcus DiPaola | The Photo Brigade

How a Photographer Leaves the Hot Zone: A First-Hand Account of Ebola Screening – by Marcus DiPaola

On the way home, photographers should expect to face three levels of screening: in the hot zone, in a transit country, and in their home country. I just returned from a week-long trip to Liberia where I saw everything from an Ebola vomit-stained mattress being dragged out of an Ebola ward to bodies being hauled out of someone’s home. It was challenging, but not quite as challenging as trying to leave the country.