Earth is suffering (Part 3)

Posted : 2022-03-31 09:08 Updated : 2022-03-31 13:21
Amitai Beh, 6, watches the NCAR Fire through binoculars on March 26, 2022 in Boulder, Colorado. The wildfire, which has forced almost 20,000 people to evacuate their homes, started just a few miles away from where the Marshall Fire destroyed more than 1,000 homes in December, 2021. AFP

A man watches as the NCAR Fire burns on March 26, 2022 in Boulder, Colorado. AFP

An air tanker drops slurry on the NCAR Fire on March 26, 2022 in Boulder, Colorado. AFP

A tree goes up in flames as the NCAR Fire burns on March 26, 2022 in Boulder, Colorado. AFP

Firefighters battle the NCAR Fire on March 26, 2022 in Boulder, Colorado. AFP

In this file photo taken on March 26, 2022: An air tanker drops slurry on the NCAR Fire in Boulder, Colorado. AFP

The setting sun is seen through smoke rising from fire at the Ghazipur garbage dump in New Delhi, India, Monday, March 28, 2022. A massive fire broke out at the dumping yard of east Delhi's Ghazipur area on Monday leading to a huge cloud of smoke enveloping the region and neighboring areas. AP

Workers watch as a massive fire engulfs the Ghazipur garbage dump in New Delhi, India, Monday, March 28, 2022. AP

Scooterist drive past as a massive fire engulfs the Ghazipur garbage dump in New Delhi, India, Monday, March 28, 2022. AP

A person stands on the terrace of his house as a massive fire engulfs the Ghazipur garbage dump in New Delhi, India, Monday, March 28, 2022. AP

People walk across as a massive fire engulfs the Ghazipur garbage dump in New Delhi, India, Monday, March 28, 2022. AP

A cyclist covers face to save himself from the smoke as a massive fire engulfs the Ghazipur garbage dump in New Delhi, India, Monday, March 28, 2022. AP

A man walks with a heard of sheep as smoke billows from burning garbage at the Ghazipur landfill site in New Delhi, India, March 28, 2022. REUTERS

A man walks past burning garbage at the Ghazipur landfill site in New Delhi, India, March 28, 2022. REUTERS

Birds fly around as an earthmover sorts garbage at the Ghazipur garbage dump in New Delhi, India, Monday, March 28, 2022. AP

Kenyan Nzambi Matee,entrepreneur and inventor, sorts waste plastic material before crushing, mixing with sand then recycling to make bricks, at the company's worskshop in industrial area in Nairobi on February 16, 2022. AFP

Kenyan Nzambi Matee,entrepreneur and inventor, pose as she holds crushed plastic wastes that is recycled to make bricks, at the company's worskshop in industrial area in Nairobi on February 16, 2022. - The plastic waste is initially mixed with sand in a machine at extremely hot temperatures, as it acts as a binder. Then the blended paste is compressed in the next machine into its brick form. AFP

Kenyan Sammy Kambara, loads plastic waste into a crusher to then mix with sand then recycle the mixture to make bricks, at the company's Gjenge worskshop in industrial area in Nairobi on February 16, 2022. AFP

A couple looks at a rainbow that hangs over Lake Powell on March 28, 2022 in Page, Arizona. As severe drought grips parts of the Western United States, water levels at Lake Powell dropped to their lowest levels since the lake was created by damming the Colorado River in 1963. Lake Powell is currently at 25 percent of capacity, a historic low, and has also lost at least 7 percent of its total capacity. The Colorado River Basin connects Lake Powell and Lake Mead and supplies water to 40 million people in seven western states. AFP

An area of Lake Powell that used to be underwater is now just a puddle of water at Lone Rock Beach on March 27, 2022 in Big Water, Utah. AFP

People camp on the banks of Lake Powell at Lone Rock Beach on March 27, 2022 in Big Water, Utah. AFP

A buoy sits on the beach near the Wahweap Marina at Lake Powell on March 28, 2022 in Page, Arizona. AFP

Dry cracked earth is visible in an area of Lake Powell that was previously underwater on March 28, 2022 in Page, Arizona. AFP

A man sits in a boat surrounded by polluted water in a river that flows into Guanabara Bay, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on March 18, 2022. - Situated at the heart of Rio, Guanabara Bay is one of the most postcard-gorgeous spots on Earth, but urban sprawl has badly damaged it. Home to 12.5 million people, it has has long been a dumping ground for garbage, toxic chemicals and sewage, more than half of which goes untreated. Now, after decades of failed fixes, a new operator promises to invest billions to clean up the bay. AFP

Fisherman Everton Carvalho walks through a silted area of a river that flows into Guanabara Bay, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on March 20, 2022. AFP

People look at rising flood waters in Lismore, NSW, Australia, 29 March 2022. Residents in parts of north and south Lismore and low-lying parts of Kyogle in northern NSW are evacuating from their homes as life-threatening flooding hits the region again. EPA

Flood waters are seen in Lismore, NSW, Australia, 29 March 2022. EPA

Flooded scenes in Jonson Street in Byron Bay, NSW, 30 March 2022. EPA

An aerial view shows Mongla town in Bangladesh, March 3, 2022. This town was once vulnerable to floods and river erosion, but now it has become more resilient with improved infrastructure against high tides and erosion. Bangladesh's second-largest seaport is located in Mongla. Recent investment in an export processing zone that houses factories has created new opportunities for the climate migrants who have lost their homes, land and livelihood due to impacts of climate change. AP

Workers gather in the morning at a boat terminal waiting to cross the Mongla river in Mongla, Bangladesh, March 3, 2022. This Bangladeshi town stands alone to offer new life to thousands of climate migrants. Investments have doubled at a Mongla export processing zone over last four years, creating new jobs in its factories for the climate refugees from the region. AP

Workers walk to work at an export processing zone early in the morning after crossing the Mongla river in Mongla, Bangladesh, March 3, 2022. AP

Reshma Begum, 28, wipes her tears as she stands on her lost land, narrating how Cyclone Amphan destroyed her house at South Kainmari, in Mongla, Bangladesh, March 4, 2022. Begum used to catch fish in the river that swallowed her home, making her three-member family homeless. Now she lives temporarily on another man's land and works at a factory in the export processing zone. AP

A woman performs a dance during a demonstration for climate justice and against the war in Rome, Friday, March 25, 2022. Climate activists have staged a 10th series of worldwide protests to demand that leaders take stronger action against global warming. AP

Environmental activists dressed as the Rebellion Red Rebel Brigade take part on a rally against climate change in Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 March 2022. Dozens of activists staged a rally demanding the government to take necessary actions to fight climate change. EPA

School students hold placards during a Climate School Strike protest at Treasury Gardens in Melbourne, Australia, 25 March 2022. EPA

An activist takes part in a protest urging governments to act against climate change and social injustice in Jakarta, Indonesia, March 25, 2022. REUTERS

An activist takes part in a protest urging governments to act against climate change and social injustice in Jakarta, Indonesia, March 25, 2022. REUTERS

Demonstrators of the Fridays for Future movement perform in Milan, Italy, Friday, March 25, 2022. Climate activists staged a tenth series of worldwide protests Friday to demand leaders take stronger action against global warming, with some linking their environmental message to calls for an end to the war in Ukraine. AP

Demonstrators put slime to simulate oil on a globe during a protest as part of the Global Climate Strike movement, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 25, 2022. REUTERS

Protestors march across the Brooklyn Bridge as part of the Global Climate Strike movement in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., March 25, 2022. REUTERS

Protesters take part in a demonstration as part of an international youth climate action day in Nantes, western France, on March 25, 2022. AFP

Protesters take part in a demonstration as part of an international youth climate action day in Nantes, western France, on March 25, 2022. AFP

Women from the Masai community take part in a Global Climate Strike organised by Fridays For Future, to demand climate reparations and action from world leaders and take genuine climate action, at Magadi in Kajiado county on March 25, 2022. AFP

Women from the Masai community take part in a Global Climate Strike organised by Fridays For Future, to demand climate reparations and action from world leaders and take genuine climate action, at Magadi in Kajiado county on March 25, 2022. AFP