• Waves from Bohai Bay lap near the world's tallest Mazu Statue of the Chinese Sea Goddess, in the Tianjin Binhai Mazu Cultural Park. Much of the port area in Tianjin has been built on reclaimed land and has been highlighted as being particularly vulnerable to sea level rise and storm surges. China, 2019.
  • A deserted pavilion extends out into Bohai Bay near the town go Ninghe, in eastern Tianjin. This stretch of coastline has been identified as being particularly vulnerable to coastal erosion on will increasingly be threatened as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. 2019
  • A fishing boat near an aquaculture farm next to Bohai Bay, south of the city of Tianjin. As sea levels rise and storm surges increase, this is a continuing struggle for those who rely on farming land in this highly vulnerable region. 2019
  • Multi-coloured aquaculture farmland near the city of Huanghua, south of Tianjin. This area of coastline has been identified as being particularly vulnerable to coastal erosion on will increasingly be threatened as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. 2019
  • Fishing boats travel under the Suhe Bridge, near the megacity of Tianjin in north-east China. Major infrastructure that supports the daily functioning of the city is often the first impacted as storm surges hit and sea levels rise. The city also has problems with land subsidence which exacerbates the problems faced. 2019
  • A fisherman trawls for fish on aquaculture farmland near the city of Huanghua, south of Tianjin. This area of coastline has been identified as being particularly vulnerable to coastal erosion on will increasingly be threatened as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. 2019
  • A container ship enters Dongjiang port in Tianjin. The port has been built largely on reclaimed land and is now one of the busiest port cities in the world. It is protected predominantly by sea walls of various shapes and sizes which help shelter the coastline and the ships delivering goods in and out of northern China. 2019
  • A highway passes over aquaculture farmland near the town of Ninghe, in eastern Tianjin. This stretch of coastline has been highlighted as one of the most vulnerable in China and will be one of the first to feel the impacts of rising sea levels and increased storm surges. 2019
  • A construction crew repairs a damaged aquaculture farm next to Bohai Bay, south of the city of Tianjin. The wall was damaged during a recent storm. As sea levels rise and storm surges increase, this is a continuing struggle for those who rely on farming land in this highly vulnerable region. 2019
  • A construction crew repairs a damaged aquaculture farm next to Bohai Bay, south of the city of Tianjin. The wall was damaged during a recent storm. As sea levels rise and storm surges increase, this is a continuing struggle for those who rely on farming land in this highly vulnerable region. 2019
  • Two men stand on the shoreline near the megacity of Tianjin in north-east China. This stretch of coastline has been identified as one of the most vulnerable throughout the country. 2019
  • A small stream enters fish ponds in aquaculture farmland near the city of Huanghua, south of Tianjin. This area of coastline has been identified as being particularly vulnerable to coastal erosion on will increasingly be threatened as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. 2019
  • New homes and high rise buildings built on reclaimed land near the artificial Ligao beach, in eastern Tianjin. China, 2019.
  • A broken sea wall spills sea water onto aquaculture farmland next to Bohai Bay, south of the city of Tianjin. The wall was damaged during a recent storm. As sea levels rise and storm surges increase, this is a continuing struggle for those who rely on farming land in this highly vulnerable region. 2019
  • A fishing boat travels under the Suhe Bridge, near the megacity of Tianjin in north-east China. Major infrastructure that supports the daily functioning of the city is often the first impacted as storm surges hit and sea levels rise. The city also has problems with land subsidence which exacerbates the problems faced. 2019
  • Electricity cables run over a submerged wall on aquaculture farmland near the city of Huanghua, south of Tianjin. This area of coastline has been identified as being particularly vulnerable to coastal erosion on will increasingly be threatened as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. 2019
  • Two trucks sit on a small peninsula on aquaculture farmland near the city of Huanghua, south of Tianjin. This area of coastline has been identified as being particularly vulnerable to coastal erosion on will increasingly be threatened as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. 2019
  • A sea wall protects Dongjiang port in Tianjin. The port has been built largely on reclaimed land and is now one of the busiest port cities in the world. It is protected predominantly by sea walls of various shapes and sizes which help shelter the coastline and the ships delivering goods in and out of northern China. 2019
  • The Beijiang power station, near Tianjin, has been identified as high risk to being situated on low-lying land making it prone to flooding due to its proximity to the coast. Hebei, China. 2019
  • The Beijiang power station, near Tianjin, has been identified as high risk to being situated on low-lying land making it prone to flooding due to its proximity to the coast. Hebei, China. 2019
  • A solar farm sits under a blanket of smog in the Hanggu region of Tianjin. Land subsidence has been a problem in the region and exacerbates the risk of flooding from rising sea levels and storm surges. Solar farms and other energy generating industries are located in this region and will be some of the first to be impacted as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. 2019
  • Trucks parked in a service station near the town of Ninghe, eastern Tianjin. A constant stream of trucks zigzag across the region delivering goods and materials to the ports of the region. Infrastructure is predicted to be some of the hardest hit as sea levels rise over the low-lying land in the region. 2019
  • People search for shells by the remains of an unidentified structure, near the megacity of Tianjin in north-east China. Major infrastructure that supports the daily functioning of the city is often the first impacted as storm surges hit and sea levels rise. The city also has problems with land subsidence which exacerbates the problems faced. 2019
  • A fisherman trawls for fish on aquaculture farmland near the city of Huanghua, south of Tianjin. This area of coastline has been identified as being particularly vulnerable to coastal erosion on will increasingly be threatened as sea levels rise and storm surges increase. 2019
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