The shifting sands of the Sahel/2

Burkina Faso. The Mare d’Oursi is a very shallow lake in the Oudalan region in the north of Burkina Faso, on which many communities rely for water supply. Sahel is the region separating the Sahara desert from the most fertile grounds of the ‘Black Africa’, a long semi-desert strip stretching from the Atlantic to the Red Sea. Climate change continues to significantly affect this area, causing a decrease in agriculture, a change in the flowing of rivers and watercourses and their continuous silting up, the intensification of desertification, and the massive movement of populations as climate refugees.


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Each photo is printed on Hahnemuhle FineArt paper 325 gsm.
Images are signed and dated by Luca Catalano Gonzaga.
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