• Migrant crisis

    Refugees are helped by volunteers and tourists in Skala Sikamineas, on the northern tip of Lesbos, Greece. Thousands of migrants have come ashore this summer on the Greek island of Lesbos, a popular tourist destination. | Skala Sikamineas, Lesbos | September, 2015 | Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR

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    In the Small Island Development States many reefs have died or deteriorated due to the effects of El Nino, dynamite fishing and warming seas. In the coral nursery at Oracabessa Bay, young coral is being re-planted on the reefs. | Oracabessa Bay, Jamaica | 2015 | Kadir van Lohuizen / NOOR

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    After spending two days and two nights on the MSF Bourbon Argos, rescued migrants catch sight of the Italian coast for the first time. | Mediterranean Sea - August 2015 | Francesco Zizola / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/project/rising-sea-levels/

    To coincide with the World Climate Conference in Paris this fall, Kadir van Lohuizen is presenting his Rising Sea Levels work in an extensive new exhibition at Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, opening in October & running thru March 2016. Photo by Kadir van Lohuizen / NOOR | Dakop district, Bangladesh - May 2009 |

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    A client in a private bar in the streets of Centro Havana neighbourhood. For the first time in fifty years the United States and Cuba would restore ties and seems that the life conditions for Cubans will improve after decades of economical austerity. | Havana, Cuba | March, 2015 | Sebastian Liste / NOOR

  • http://noorimages.com/feature/a-million-shillings/

    Alixandra Fazzina's 'A Million Shillings' shortlisted for Prix Pictet award. Read more on the news blog. | Al-Kharaz, Yemen - April 2008 | Alixandra Fazzina / NOOR

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