PROSTITUTES, BANGKOK, THAILAND. CDREF00223TENEMENT BLOCKS, ARGENTINA. Buenos Aires. Families living in overcrowded tenement blocks. CDREF00525.BRAZIL, Portrait of Nambicuarra with pierced nose and bow and arrow. CDREF00828WATER AND SANITATION,  PHILIPPINES. Manila. Payatas landfill

site. Children playing on main drainage pipe installed as part of

an extensive scheme to improve living conditions for families

that work as scavengers. CDREF00198AGRICULTURE, INDIA. Andhra Pradesh, Chittoor District, Rishi Valley. Harvesting organic rice. CDREF00433
TAJ MAHAL, INDIA. Agra. Dead body next to the Taj Mahal. CDREF00194 HARDRAINSPECTACLES WETLANDS - AUSTRALIA. Vicinity Perth. Permanent wetlands rehabilitated by Alcoas Land Care Project is home to 100 species of bird and has extensive cover of paperbark trees. CDREF00549.ITALY. River Po, Turin. In spite of expensive high tech water treatment plants, 85% of the phosphorus dumped in the river remains untreated by the plant and returns to the river. The main effect caused by excessive phosphate build up is eutrophication. CDREF00553.INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER, MEXICO CITY. Factory outflow being discharged into canal. This photograph was commissioned by the Shell Foundation to illustrate the WRI Embarq Program to develop and implement a broad programme of work on environment and transport in Mexico City.   CDREF00003BRAZIL, Amazonas, Xingu Park. Portrait of a Kaiapo man with lip plug and feathered headdress. CDREF00828
SACRED FOREST, IVORY COAST. Gbetitapea village, Daloa Town. Local people regard the forest aa a sacred place. Unlike most of the forests in the country it is undisturbed. CDREF00227SLUMS, HAITI. Cite Soleil Shanty Town. Port-au-Prince. As the top soil leaves the countryside so do the peasants. These environmental refugees are among the most disadvantaged people in the world. CDREF00402GAZA - FILMMAKING. Director talking to Palestinian child actors. CDREF00607.REFUGEE CAMP, ETHIOPIA. CDREF00189MOTHER AND CHILD, NICARAGUA. Managua. CDREF00133 .
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