Shot along the coastline of Ghana, Togo and Benin, the series of photographs Ocean Rage by Matilde Gattoni documents the devastating natural and social effects climate change is having on the coastal communities of West Africa. As a direct consequence of global warming and sea level rise, more than 7,000 km of coastline from Mauritania to Cameroon are eroding at...
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