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832-388428 - Schiederweiher, in front of the mountains Grosser tidal creek and Spitzmauer, Totes Gebirge, Hinterstoder region Pyhrn-tidal creek, Pyhrn-Eisenwurzen, Totes, Traunviertel, Upper Austria, Austria, Europe
832-388429 - Schiederweiher, in front of the mountains Grosser tidal creek and Spitzmauer, Totes Gebirge, Hinterstoder region Pyhrn-tidal creek, Pyhrn-Eisenwurzen, Totes, Traunviertel, Upper Austria, Austria, Europe
832-388427 - Schiederweiher, in front of the mountains Grosser tidal creek and Spitzmauer, Totes Gebirge, Hinterstoder region Pyhrn-tidal creek, Pyhrn-Eisenwurzen, Totes, Traunviertel, Upper Austria, Austria, Europe
832-388426 - Schiederweiher, in front of the mountains Grosser tidal creek and Spitzmauer, Totes Gebirge, Hinterstoder region Pyhrn-tidal creek, Pyhrn-Eisenwurzen, Totes, Traunviertel, Upper Austria, Austria, Europe
1116-46831 - Much of the North side of the island of Molokai in inaccessible. Trade winds blow onshore regularly bringing with them piles of plastic that has been floating around the Pacific Ocean for years and years, Molokai, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-44804 - Bronze Statue Depicting People Waiting On A Bread Line During The Great Depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, District Of Columbia, United States Of America
1116-44803 - Martin Luther King Junior Memorial, Located On Four Acres Along Tidal Basin, Dedicated In 2011, 30 Foot Granite Sculpture Called Stone Of Hope By Lei Yixen, Washington, District Of Columbia, United States Of America
1116-44802 - Martin Luther King Junior Memorial, Located On Four Acres Along Tidal Basin, Dedicated In 2011, 30 Foot Granite Sculpture Called Stone Of Hope By Lei Yixen, Washington Monument In The Background, Washington, District Of Columbia, United States Of America
857-95713 - Villagers in a remote subsistence farming village on an island in the Sunderbans, the Ganges Delta in Eastern India that is very vulnerable to sea level rise, gather in the rice crop after drying.
857-95443 - A woman subsistence farmer cooking on a traditional clay oven, using rice stalks as biofuel in the Sundarbans, Ganges, Delta, India. the area is very low lying and vulnerable to sea level rise. All parts of the rice crop are used, and the villagers life is very self sufficient, with a tiny carbon footprint.
857-95441 - A villager woman in a remote subsistence farming village on an island in the Sundarbans, the Ganges Delta in Eastern India that is very vulnerable to sea level rise. She is cooking on a traditional clay oven, fueled by biofuel (rice stalks), low carbon cooking.
1116-39688 - Much of the North side of the island of Molokai is inaccessible. when trade winds blow onshore regularly bringing with them piles of plastic that has been floating around the Pacific Ocean for years and years, Molokai, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-39928 - Much of the north side of the island of Molokai in inaccessible. Trade winds blow onshore regularly bringing with them piles of plastic that has been floating around the Pacific Ocean for years and years, Molokai, Hawaii, United States of America
911-10498 - A WWF project to supply electricity to a remote island in the Sunderbans, a low lying area of the Ganges Delta in Eastern India, that is very vulnerable to sea level rise. Prior to this project the subsistence farmers had no access to electricity. The project involves charging large batteries from solar panels. Each villager collects a battery to run household lighting, and returns to the recharging station once a week to recharge their battery. This shot shows women carrying the heavy batteries (20Kg) from the charging station.
911-10497 - A WWF project to supply electricity to a remote island in the Sunderbans, a low lying area of the Ganges Delta in Eastern India, that is very vulnerable to sea level rise. Prior to this project the subsistence farmers had no access to electricity. The project involves charging large batteries from solar panels. Each villager collects a battery to run household lighting, and returns to the recharging station once a week to recharge their battery. This shot shows women carrying the heavy batteries (20Kg) from the charging station.
1113-99942 - Beach at sunset, tidal channel, Juist Island, Nationalpark, North Sea, East Frisian Islands, National Park, Unesco World Heritage Site, East Frisia, Lower Saxony, Germany, Europe
911-10758 - After a week of high tides, storm surges and storm force winds, the sea front promenade of Aberystwyth in Wales has been devastated, with millions of £'s of damage. The crsahing waves punched a large hole in the sea wall and has collapsed Aberystwyth's iconic, Victorian promenade shelter, which has stood for over 100 years. This picture was taken on Wednesday 8th January, 2014, the day the council started to try and clear the thousands of tonnes of beach rubble off the sea front road.
911-10756 - After a week of high tides, storm surges and storm force winds, the sea front promenade of Aberystwyth in Wales has been devastated, with millions of £'s of damage. The crsahing waves punched a large hole in the sea wall and has collapsed Aberystwyth's iconic, Victorian promenade shelter, which has stood for over 100 years. This picture was taken on Wednesday 8th January, 2014, the day the council started to try and clear the thousands of tonnes of beach rubble off the sea front road.
911-10754 - Whitehaven harbour during the January 2014 period of storm surge, high tides and storm force winds. The coastline took a battering, damaging the harbour wall and eroding a large section of coastal cliff.
911-10753 - Whitehaven harbour being completely overwhelmed by huge waves during the January 2014 period of storm surge, high tides and storm force winds. The coastline took a battering, damaging the harbour wall and eroding a large section of coastal cliff.
911-10752 - Whitehaven harbour during the January 2014 period of storm surge, high tides and storm force winds. The coastline took a battering, damaging the harbour wall and eroding a large section of coastal cliff.
911-10757 - After a week of high tides, storm surges and storm force winds, the sea front promenade of Aberystwyth in Wales has been devastated, with millions of £'s of damage. The crsahing waves punched a large hole in the sea wall and has collapsed Aberystwyth's iconic, Victorian promenade shelter, which has stood for over 100 years. This picture was taken on Wednesday 8th January, 2014, the day the council started to try and clear the thousands of tonnes of beach rubble off the sea front road.
911-10755 - Waves crashing off Parton near Whitehaven during the January 2014 period of storm surge, high tides and storm force winds. The coastline took a battering, damaging the harbour wall and eroding a large section of coastal cliff.
911-10484 - Damage caused to the coastal defences by the December 2013 storm surge at Cley on the North Norfolk coast, UK. The huge waves completely breached the storm beach, and pushed it inland onto the Cley nature reserve.
911-10485 - Damage caused to the coastal defences by the December 2013 storm surge at Cley on the North Norfolk coast, UK. The huge waves completely breached the storm beach, and pushed it inland onto the Cley nature reserve.
911-10486 - Second World war defences that for a long time were buried under the storm beach are revealed after the December 2013 storm surge at Cley on the North Norfolk coast, UK. The huge waves completely breached the storm beach, and pushed it inland onto the Cley nature reserve.
911-10566 - The Thames barrier on the River Thames in London. It was constructed to protect the capital city from storm surge flooding. Recent predictions show it will probably be redundant in around twenty years due to increased stormy weather and sea level rise driven by climate change.
911-10567 - The Thames barrier on the River Thames in London. It was constructed to protect the capital city from storm surge flooding. Recent predictions show it will probably be redundant in around twenty years due to increased stormy weather and sea level rise driven by climate change.
911-10565 - The Thames barrier on the River Thames in London. It was constructed to protect the capital city from storm surge flooding. Recent predictions show it will probably be redundant in around twenty years due to increased stormy weather and sea level rise driven by climate change.