Electronic waste, from around the world, is shipped to Accra, Ghana, where locals break apart the electronics for minerals or burn them.
Mexico City, Mexico, one of the most populous cities in the Western Hemisphere.
New Delhi, India, where many landfills are reaching a breaking point. The surrounding population of Delhi totals some 25 million people.
Los Angeles, California, which is famous for sometimes having more cars than people.
Kern River oil field, California, USA.
Former old-growth forest leveled for reservoir development, Willamette National Forest, Oregon, per the Population Media Center.
Coal power plant, United Kingdom. The tall center structure is a stack from the plant, while the surrounding structures are its cooling towers.
North East Land, Svalbard, Norway, where rising global temperatures are fundamentally changing the ecology.
The world’s largest diamond mine, Russia.
Vancouver Island, Canada.
Tires discarded in Nevada.
A remote bay in Java, Indonesia, where local residents, without infrastructure for waste disposal, discard waste directly into streams and rivers.
Tar sands, Alberta, Canada.
Industrial agriculture in Almeria, Spain, stretches for miles.
Bangladesh, where much of the world’s clothing and goods are manufactured.
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