TenTen: Climate Care
DJI Mavic Pro 2
A destroyed car lies on a riverbed in the aftermath of floods this summer in Beijing, China. Typhoon Doksuri brought havoc to large swathes of the country this summer, as consecutive days of heavy rains brought widespread floods. According to Reuters, "Typhoon Doksuri battered northern China this week with extreme rain, breaking Beijing's 140-year rainfall record and dumping volumes of rain that normally fall in a whole year in the populous province of Hebei...Dramatic swings between extreme heat and intense rainfall are testing China's ability to cope with increasingly wild weather, as high temperatures challenge power grids and water security while floods ruin crops and threaten urban populations." As a resident of Beijing, I was able to access some of the worst affected areas to document the aftermath of the floods, as part of my long term work on climate change impacts in Asia.
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