A child is collecting coal for her family from brick field in Bangladesh.
A man gathers wood after a wildfire on the Shan mountain range, Myanmar. Farmers used to start wildfires to make paddy lands.
Air pollution is one of the major problems of Tehran, Iran.
This is a stitched aerial photo of the world's largest pit gold mine in Colorado, USA.
A family collects their remaining possessions from their house, demolished by an earthquake in Sarpol-e Zahab, Iran.
Half farmland, half solar power in Zejiang Province, China.
A worker makes straw from the reeds.
For every 1kg of shrimp we eat, up to 9kgs of other marine life may have been killed. Up to 40% of global catch is bycatch.
Water sustains life in Uganda, and everyone plays a part. Especially the children who are typically tasked with hauling the daily water supply each morning.
Chinese fishing nets are used in Kerala, India.
Grace Candirus' crops have been impacted by irregular rainfall patterns in the last four years. This double exposure combines her portrait with her crops, which she burnt off after a failed harvest.
On the right is the sea at Beirut (Lebanon), on the left is an artificial lake. The change in color is due to an underground waste landfill, ca. 100mt away from the airport.
The Brahmmaputra river is situated beside Mymensingh City, Bangladesh. Day by day the river is drying up because of misuse.
A child is sitting on dry land where it is cracked and scaled due to lack of water.
In La Mosquitia (Honduras) lobster divers dive up to 15 times a day to a depth of 30mt. Many of them die or face paralysis. Brown Angel Bermudez got sick and is paralysed with decubitus ulcers.
The ship is sitting in salt at Urmia Lake, Iran.
A little tribal child and her pet parrot just escaped from a forest fire. These fires usually start from lightning or spontaneous combustion of dry fuel, as a result of less rain.
Burigongga River in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A boy is transferring food from his flooded home.
Bangladesh's children are fond of a rainy day. They love to bath and play in rain.
West Bank Village of Ain AlHilwe. Girl collecting water during the weekly distribution from humanitarian aid: for Palestinian Bedouin water is a rare commodity.
A malnourished tribal boy standing outside his home and covering himself with a leaf made curtain.
People are collecting rubbish for resale in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Dhaka is one of the most polluted cities in the world.
A lonely refugee in an abandoned space filled with waste.
A mother protecting her daughter from the smoke of a factory.
This photo highlights how big and far-reaching our plastic pollution problem has become and how this is affecting the wildlife in our Arctic Regions.
A bird's eye view of Rohingya people crossing the border from Myanmar into Bangladesh. In 2017 more than 750,000 Rohingya people crossed the border.
A southern pig-tailed macaque (Macaca nemestrina) clutches a plastic bottle in its otherwise pristine natural habitat in Borneo, Malaysia.
Large swamp of Santa Marta the Palafito Village in Nueva Venecia, Colombia.
When glaciers retreat they leave dangerous proglacial lakes that can drain catastrophically. Here water is removed artificially to keep the lake levels lower.
Myanmar summers tend to be dry, especially in the villages that rely on natural resources. Drinking water is reached by drilling to 500ft deep, but the water does not taste good.
Two children are playing in the layers of rubbish clogging a creek flowing in between their makeshift houses in Tondo, Manila (The Philippines).
We found a young turtle caught in a net when we were searching for whales in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka.
A freediver saves the turtle.
The turtle swims into the deep blue.
Lack of effective protection and management of forests or responsible deforestation for agricultural development leads to consequences such as floods droughts.
Instead of a snow-covered landscape, a polar bear is stuck on this muddy island in Svalbard. Without sea ice, polar bears can't hunt and face an uncertain future.
Two young men each transport a 15kg bowl of stone on their heads at the polluted Boulmigou quarry.
A group of girls collect old tires that will burn to warm the rock and make it more brittle for mining at the polluted Boulmigou quarry.
A baby sleeps peacefully in a bowl while his mother crushes rock in the polluted Boulmigou quarry.
Children playing on old tires that will burn to warm the rock and make it more brittle for mining in the polluted quarry of Boulmigou.
This photograph was taken on a bright February day at Horsey Beach in Norfolk, the UK. Snared by a discarded plastic fishing net, I managed to capture the seal looking directly at the camera.
Local cattle raisers leave their cows in the landfill area so they can eat from the garbage. Milk from these cows is sold in the market.
About 80 percent of the people in Singapore live in highrise apartment buildings. Air pollution and health facilities remain a significant problem.
The drainage system needs to be better prepared for the heavy rainfall during the monsoon season.
A walrus is looking at the last pieces of sea ice.
Widows of Vrindaban celebrate Holi with gulal (colored powder). Gulal can contain metal and powdered glass, which can cause environmental pollution and health issues.
Himalayan nomads survive in an arid landscape on an old tradition of trading goat yarn. Their region faces the most dramatic temperature rise on the planet.
Aerial view of aquaculture pens of Kingfish in South Australia.