• CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. Dogs in an enclosure in Wuhan zoo. In many of China's 'second-tier' cities, away from the modern zoos in the megacities of Beijing and Shanghai, hide a plethora of smaller unknown zoos. In these zoos, what can only be described as animal abuse is subtly taking place in the form of deprivation of light, space, sanitation and social contact with other animals. Living in awful conditions, these animals spend there days entertaining tourists who seem oblivious to the animals' plight and squalid existence. 2008.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. Dogs in an enclosure in Wuhan zoo. In many of China's 'second-tier' cities, away from the modern zoos in the megacities of Beijing and Shanghai, hide a plethora of smaller unknown zoos. In these zoos, what can only be described as animal abuse is subtly taking place in the form of deprivation of light, space, sanitation and social contact with other animals. Living in awful conditions, these animals spend there days entertaining tourists who seem oblivious to the animals' plight and squalid existence. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. A man and his dogs sit amongst the ruins of an old hutong (tradtional home) destroyed to make may for new developments aimed at modernising the city for the 2008 Summer Olympics. 2005
  • A small white dog in a park in Taipei<br />
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  • A dog sitting on a cage in central Ho Chi Minh City.<br />
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  • Children look at puppies on the sale on the streets of Ho Chi Minh City.<br />
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  • A stone lion statue in the grounds of a Buddhist temple.<br />
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  • Pedestrians and a bicyclist in central Beijing.<br />
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  • A stone statue of a mythological beast guards the entrance to the Shanghai Museum.<br />
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  • Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
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  • A dog stands by a polluted water channel in central Kolkata.<br />
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  • CHINA. Beijing. A dog being taken for a walk. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A toy dog outside a store in the shopping district of Xinjiekou . 2008
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. A dog in an enclosure in Wuhan zoo. In many of China's 'second-tier' cities, away from the modern zoos in the megacities of Beijing and Shanghai, hide a plethora of smaller unknown zoos. In these zoos, what can only be described as animal abuse is subtly taking place in the form of deprivation of light, space, sanitation and social contact with other animals. Living in awful conditions, these animals spend there days entertaining tourists who seem oblivious to the animals' plight and squalid existence. 2008.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. A dalmation, species of dog, in an enclosure in Wuhan zoo. In many of China's 'second-tier' cities, away from the modern zoos in the megacities of Beijing and Shanghai, hide a plethora of smaller unknown zoos. In these zoos, what can only be described as animal abuse is subtly taking place in the form of deprivation of light, space, sanitation and social contact with other animals. Living in awful conditions, these animals spend there days entertaining tourists who seem oblivious to the animals' plight and squalid existence. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. A sniffer-dog near the Olympic village during the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics. 2008
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. A wolf in an enclosure in Wuhan zoo. In many of China's 'second-tier' cities, away from the modern zoos in the megacities of Beijing and Shanghai, hide a plethora of smaller unknown zoos. In these zoos, what can only be described as animal abuse is subtly taking place in the form of deprivation of light, space, sanitation and social contact with other animals. Living in awful conditions, these animals spend there days entertaining tourists who seem oblivious to the animals' plight and squalid existence. 2008.
  • CHINA. Shanghai. The 'old town' of Shanghai is slowly being redeveloped as prime real estate is converted into more modern developments. Shanghai is a sprawling metropolis or 15 million people situated in south-east China. It is regarded as the country's showcase in development and modernity in modern China. This rapid development and modernization, never seen before on such a scale has however spawned countless environmental and social problems. 2008.
  • CHINA. Shanghai. Street scene from the old town. Shanghai is a sprawling metropolis or 15 million people situated in south-east China. It is regarded as the country's showcase in development and modernity in modern China. This rapid development and modernization, never seen before on such a scale has however spawned countless environmental and social problems. 2008.
  • CHINA. Shanghai. Streetscene in the old town. Shanghai is a sprawling metropolis or 15 million people situated in south-east China. It is regarded as the country's showcase in development and modernity in modern China. This rapid development and modernization, never seen before on such a scale has however spawned countless environmental and social problems. 2008.
  • A man carries reeds, harvested from the Zhalong Wetlands, Heilongjiang Province. China. 2011
  • A man carries reeds, harvested from the Zhalong Wetlands, Heilongjiang Province. China. 2011
  • Major coastal developments have been one of the major causes of mangrove loss in Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province. Over the past century, the world has lost over 50% of its coastal mangroves. They have been cleared mainly to make way for commercial shrimp and fish farms. The unique trees which live in salt water are valued for the ability to protect shorelines and are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. 2010
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