infinite loader
Chennai Oil Spill, Chennai Oil Spill,
Fishermen cleaning their nets of the dark waxy bunker oil , Ennore, Tamilnadu, India. Fishermen cleaning their nets of the dark waxy bunker oil , Ennore, Tamilnadu, India.
Oil recovered by volunteers stored haphazardly in drums after Chennai oil spill Oil recovered by volunteers stored haphazardly in drums after Chennai oil spill
Kattamaram, the preferred fishing vessels of artisans fishermen at Ennore destroyed by oil spill Kattamaram, the preferred fishing vessels of artisans fishermen at Ennore destroyed by oil spill
Orang-utan with mother,  Gunung Leuser National Park,  Sumatra, Indonesia - Sumatran Orangutans (Pongo abelii) are listed as critically endangered species of great apes. There are only about 7000 of them left in the rapidly disappearing rainforests on the island of Sumatra. Expansion for palm oil plantation is the  biggest threat to the Orang utan and  is also one of the biggest causes of carbon emissions from Indonesia. Orang-utan with mother,  Gunung Leuser National Park,  Sumatra, Indonesia - Sumatran Orangutans (Pongo abelii) are listed as critically endangered species of great apes. There are only about 7000 of them left in the rapidly disappearing rainforests on the island of Sumatra. Expansion for palm oil plantation is the  biggest threat to the Orang utan and  is also one of the biggest causes of carbon emissions from Indonesia.
Elephants  at Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - The home of the great Indian one-horned rhino, Bengal tiger, wild buffalo, Asian elephant and eastern swamp deer  is justifiably regarded as one of India’s best protected national parks. Read about threats to this world heritage site -  http://goo.gl/BFC2ix Elephants  at Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - The home of the great Indian one-horned rhino, Bengal tiger, wild buffalo, Asian elephant and eastern swamp deer  is justifiably regarded as one of India’s best protected national parks. Read about threats to this world heritage site -  http://goo.gl/BFC2ix
Chanthy,  Koh Kong, Cambodia -  Chanthy is 13. She’s the top student in her class at school in Boeung Kachang village and loves reading and maths. It’s common for her to skip games sessions just to keep reading in the library at the school. She wants to be a doctor, but her father isn’t sure if he can pay for her education as unpredictable weather is affecting his livelihood. During her short life Chanthy has seen many storms and flash floods, but it’s not the thunder and the lightning that frighten her. It’s the fact that her father won’t be able to go out fishing and her family will go hungry. Worse yet, is the fear that Chanthy won’t be able to go to school. - From my work for Save the Children's program in Cambodia. You can support Project Chanthy here - https://goo.gl/9q20F2 Chanthy,  Koh Kong, Cambodia -  Chanthy is 13. She’s the top student in her class at school in Boeung Kachang village and loves reading and maths. It’s common for her to skip games sessions just to keep reading in the library at the school. She wants to be a doctor, but her father isn’t sure if he can pay for her education as unpredictable weather is affecting his livelihood. During her short life Chanthy has seen many storms and flash floods, but it’s not the thunder and the lightning that frighten her. It’s the fact that her father won’t be able to go out fishing and her family will go hungry. Worse yet, is the fear that Chanthy won’t be able to go to school. - From my work for Save the Children's program in Cambodia. You can support Project Chanthy here - https://goo.gl/9q20F2
Channa’s father Srun Bunthoun owns and runs a small boat that takes passengers between the island and the mainland.  Her mother works to supplement the meagre family by cleaning octopus for the neighbouring fishermen.  These days Channa’s father can anchor his boat right outside their small two room house. But it wasn’t always like this. A few years ago the beach used to be more than 20 metres away from the old fishing village.  That's due to the slow onset of climate change, playing havoc with the way he makes a living. One day climate change will sink his home.  For my work for Save the Children. You can support Project Chanthy  here - https://savethechildren.org.nz/the-solutions/projects/chanthy/ Channa’s father Srun Bunthoun owns and runs a small boat that takes passengers between the island and the mainland.  Her mother works to supplement the meagre family by cleaning octopus for the neighbouring fishermen.  These days Channa’s father can anchor his boat right outside their small two room house. But it wasn’t always like this. A few years ago the beach used to be more than 20 metres away from the old fishing village.  That's due to the slow onset of climate change, playing havoc with the way he makes a living. One day climate change will sink his home.  For my work for Save the Children. You can support Project Chanthy  here - https://savethechildren.org.nz/the-solutions/projects/chanthy/
One Horned Rhinoceros, Kaziranga, Assam, India. One Horned Rhinoceros, Kaziranga, Assam, India.
Mangroves, Cambodia. Mangroves, Cambodia.
Cambium Valley with Meghamalai hills of Tamilnady Cambium Valley with Meghamalai hills of Tamilnady
Dry fields, Ladakh, India. Dry fields, Ladakh, India.
Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India
From a performance of Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India From a performance of Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India
Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India
  • Chennai Oil Spill,
    On January 28, 2017, in the early hours of the morning, two cargo ships, inward bound MT Dawn Kanchipuram, laden with 32,813 tonnes of petroleum lubricant collided with MT BW Maple , a gas carrier carrying liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) , outside the Kamrajar Port, near Ennore on the outskirts of Chennai on the East Coast of India, causing a massive oilspill into the Bay of Bengal.
    Fishermen cleaning their nets of the dark waxy bunker oil , Ennore, Tamilnadu, India.

    On January 28, 2017, in the early hours of the morning, two cargo ships, inward bound MT Dawn Kanchipuram, laden with 32,813 tonnes of petroleum lubricant collided with MT BW Maple , a gas carrier carrying liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) , outside the Kamrajar Port, near Ennore on the outskirts of Chennai on the East Coast of India, causing a massive oilspill into the Bay of Bengal.

    Oil recovered by volunteers stored haphazardly in drums after Chennai oil spill

    On January 28, 2017, in the early hours of the morning, two cargo ships, inward bound MT Dawn Kanchipuram, laden with 32,813 tonnes of petroleum lubricant collided with MT BW Maple , a gas carrier carrying liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) , outside the Kamrajar Port, near Ennore on the outskirts of Chennai on the East Coast of India, causing a massive oilspill into the Bay of Bengal.

    Kattamaram, the preferred fishing vessels of artisans fishermen at Ennore destroyed by oil spill

    On January 28, 2017, in the early hours of the morning, two cargo ships, inward bound MT Dawn Kanchipuram, laden with 32,813 tonnes of petroleum lubricant collided with MT BW Maple , a gas carrier carrying liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) , outside the Kamrajar Port, near Ennore on the outskirts of Chennai on the East Coast of India, causing a massive oilspill into the Bay of Bengal.

    Orang-utan with mother, Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia - Sumatran Orangutans (Pongo abelii) are listed as critically endangered species of great apes. There are only about 7000 of them left in the rapidly disappearing rainforests on the island of Sumatra. Expansion for palm oil plantation is the biggest threat to the Orang utan and is also one of the biggest causes of carbon emissions from Indonesia.
    Orang-utan with mother, Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia - Sumatran Orangutans (Pongo abelii) are listed as critically endangered species of great apes by the World Conservation Union, the United Nations and other agencies. There are only about 7000 of them left in the rapidly disappearing rainforests on the island of Sumatra. Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) have fared slightly better and their numbers in the wild are pegged at about 35000 according to conservative estimates.
    Elephants at Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India - The home of the great Indian one-horned rhino, Bengal tiger, wild buffalo, Asian elephant and eastern swamp deer is justifiably regarded as one of India’s best protected national parks. Read about threats to this world heritage site - http://goo.gl/BFC2ix
    Chanthy, Koh Kong, Cambodia - Chanthy is 13. She’s the top student in her class at school in Boeung Kachang village and loves reading and maths. It’s common for her to skip games sessions just to keep reading in the library at the school. She wants to be a doctor, but her father isn’t sure if he can pay for her education as unpredictable weather is affecting his livelihood. During her short life Chanthy has seen many storms and flash floods, but it’s not the thunder and the lightning that frighten her. It’s the fact that her father won’t be able to go out fishing and her family will go hungry. Worse yet, is the fear that Chanthy won’t be able to go to school. - From my work for Save the Children's program in Cambodia. You can support Project Chanthy here - https://goo.gl/9q20F2
    Chanthy is 13. She’s the top student in her class at school in Boeung Kachang village and loves reading and maths. It’s common for her to skip games sessions just to keep reading in the library at the school. She wants to be a doctor, but her father isn’t sure if he can pay for her education as unpredictable weather is affecting his livelihood. During her short life Chanthy has seen many storms and flash floods, but it’s not the thunder and the lightning that frighten her. It’s the fact that her father won’t be able to go out fishing and her family will go hungry. Worse yet, is the fear that Chanthy won’t be able to go to school. - From my work for Save the Children's program in Cambodia. You can support Projecty Chanthy here - https://savethechildren.org.nz/the-solutions/projects/chanthy/
    Channa’s father Srun Bunthoun owns and runs a small boat that takes passengers between the island and the mainland. Her mother works to supplement the meagre family by cleaning octopus for the neighbouring fishermen. These days Channa’s father can anchor his boat right outside their small two room house. But it wasn’t always like this. A few years ago the beach used to be more than 20 metres away from the old fishing village. That's due to the slow onset of climate change, playing havoc with the way he makes a living. One day climate change will sink his home. For my work for Save the Children. You can support Project Chanthy here - https://savethechildren.org.nz/the-solutions/projects/chanthy/
    Channa’s father Srun Bunthoun owns and runs a small boat that takes passengers between the island and the mainland. Her mother works to supplement the meagre family by cleaning octopus for the neighbouring fishermen. These days Channa’s father can anchor his boat right outside their small two room house. But it wasn’t always like this. A few years ago the beach used to be more than 20 metres away from the old fishing village. That's due to the slow onset of climate change, playing havoc with the way he makes a living. One day climate change will sink his home. For my work for Save the Children. You can support Project Chanthy here - https://savethechildren.org.nz/the-solutions/projects/chanthy/
    One Horned Rhinoceros, Kaziranga, Assam, India.
    Mangroves, Cambodia.
    Cambium Valley with Meghamalai hills of Tamilnady
    Dry fields, Ladakh, India.
    Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India
    From a performance of Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India
    Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan by Magic Lantern, Chennai, India

0 / 20