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Climate change in the eyes of those who experience it


Cyclone Freddy continues to scare southern Africa after wiping out entire countries and killing more than 400 people. To raise awareness of the effects of climate change, a photographic project was set up by WeWorld in the exhibition greenhouse of the Botanical Garden, space of the Sapienza University of Rome. (HANDLE)

Cyclone Freddy continues to frighten southern Africa after wiping out entire countries and killing more than 400 people: the vast majority of whom, 326, in Malawi alone, at least 86 in Mozambique and 17 in Madagascar.

The destructive fury of this tropical storm, which struck the region twice in just a few weeks, spared no homes, roads and infrastructure, affecting more than half a million people in the small landlocked African country, according to the Office of the 'UN for Humanitarian Affairs and the hope of finding survivors is becoming increasingly slim.

Freddy dumped six months of rain in just six days in the south, setting primaries in power and durability.

The photos taken were made with an innovative technique, capable of immersing the visitor in a possible future.

In fact, in a game of superimpositions, it is possible to observe scenes of daily life mixed with the slides that show those same places drastically modified by the climate crisis.


Source: ansa

All life articles on 2023-03-18

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