26 Jan 2017

Where will we go -- the review

This "book" is printed like a newspaper magazine, which lowers its cost without reducing its impact. I "read" it in less than an hour, as the main message is conveyed through photos from Greenland, Kiribati, Fiji, PNG, Bangladesh, Panama, the UK and the US.

A cemetery in Fiji is slowly flooded by rising sea levels.

Kadir van Lohuizen, the author and photographer, has seen the future of a climate-changed world (the subtitle of the book is "the human consequences of rising sea levels") in the changes hitting the most vulnerable places today. His photos will help you understand how your home -- and our planet -- is changing.

Bottom Line: I give this book FIVE STARS for its simple yet powerful portrait of people living at the sharp edge of climate change.
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