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SAFRICA-ECONOMY/
RTXG5X18
August 25, 2021
A tractor and a trailer seen parked as farm workers prepare the irrigation system ahead of planting season...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A tractor and a trailer seen parked as farm workers prepare irrigation system ahead of planting season...
A tractor and a trailer seen parked as farm workers prepare the irrigation system ahead of planting season at Alewynspoort, a farm in the south of Johannesburg, South Africa, August 25, 2021. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4LL8
July 24, 2021
Llamas graze next to Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's lake Poopo dries up
Llamas graze next to Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JNP
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas looks at his herd of llamas grazing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas looks at his herd of llamas grazing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JJV
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas loads firewood on the roof of a car while his wife Cristina Mamani watches, near Lake Poopo,...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas loads firewood on the roof of a car while his wife Cristina Mamani watches, near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JG2
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani stand near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani stand near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JE2
July 24, 2021
Cristina Mamani cooks outside her home near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried...
UNTAVI, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Cristina Mamani cooks outside her home near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Untavi, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JDH
July 24, 2021
Cristina Mamani waits for her husband Valerio Rojas to help her carry firewood while taking a break in...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Cristina Mamani waits for her husband Valerio Rojas to help her carry firewood while taking a break in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JBE
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani pick up firewood near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani pick up firewood near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4J83
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani take a break in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani take a break in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4J1Z
July 24, 2021
Llamas graze next to Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Llamas graze next to Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4IOW
July 24, 2021
A view shows the dry bed of Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
A view shows the dry bed of Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4IKK
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas carries firewood in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas carries firewood in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4IDQ
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas stands outside his home near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried...
UNTAVI, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas stands outside his home near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Untavi, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4I4O
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas picks up an old fishing net while standing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas picks up an old fishing net while standing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4I06
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani look at unused boats in Lake Popoo, Bolivia's second largest...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani look at unused boats in Lake Popoo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4I05
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas herds his llamas near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas herds his llamas near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4HQP
July 24, 2021
Cristina Mamani walks near an unused boat in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Cristina Mamani walks near an unused boat in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4HKJ
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas stands behind a mast of an unused boat in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas stands behind a mast of an unused boat in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4H4I
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas picks up an old fishing net near an unused boat while standing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas picks up an old fishing net near an unused boat while standing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4GXU
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani walk in Lake Popoo, Bolivia's second largest lake, which has...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani walk in Lake Popoo, Bolivia's second largest lake, which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBMD
July 03, 2021
Mourners lift their hands for a prayer during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners lift their hands for a prayer during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBMB
July 03, 2021
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBMA
July 03, 2021
Ira Cuello-Martinez, climate policy associate with PCUN, speaks during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Ira Cuello-Martinez, climate policy associate with PCUN, speaks during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBM9
July 03, 2021
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBM8
July 03, 2021
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBM7
July 03, 2021
Ira Cuello-Martinez, climate policy associate with PCUN, speaks during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Ira Cuello-Martinez, climate policy associate with PCUN, speaks during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKW
July 03, 2021
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKU
July 03, 2021
Joseph Alcantar-Marshall, 9, holds a sign that says, "Keep farmworkers safe and ALIVE" during the vigil...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Joseph Alcantar-Marshall, 9, holds a sign that says, "Keep farmworkers safe and ALIVE" during the vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKV
July 03, 2021
Maria Hinojos Pressey, operations director for PCUN, right, leads chant during the vigil for Guatemalan-born...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Maria Hinojos Pressey, operations director for PCUN, right, leads chant during the vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKS
July 03, 2021
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKQ
July 03, 2021
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKN
July 03, 2021
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKM
July 03, 2021
Mourners and supporters attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38,...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in Portland, Oregon
Mourners and supporters attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, outside the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Portland, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. Perez died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines in St. Paul, Oregon. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKL
July 03, 2021
Tony DeFalco, executive director of Latino Network, speaks during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in Portland, Oregon
Tony DeFalco, executive director of Latino Network, speaks during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, outside the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Portland, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. Perez died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines in St. Paul, Oregon. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKJ
July 03, 2021
Nikki Mandell takes a moment of silence with the crowd during the vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in Portland, Oregon
Nikki Mandell takes a moment of silence with the crowd during the vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, outside the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Portland, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. Perez died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines in St. Paul, Oregon. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKI
July 03, 2021
Marta Guembes, head of the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Oregon, holds the microphone up to let Maria...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in Portland, Oregon
Marta Guembes, head of the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Oregon, holds the microphone up to let Maria Lucas Alonzo, speak during the vigil for her husband, Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, outside the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Portland, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. Perez died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines in St. Paul, Oregon. Perez's wife Maria Lucas Alonzo, and his mother Maria Perez Francisco both live in Guatemala and were able to video call with Guembes to be a part of the the vigil. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBKG
July 03, 2021
Mourners and supporters attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38,...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in Portland, Oregon
Mourners and supporters attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, outside the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Portland, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. Perez died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines in St. Paul, Oregon. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBJ6
July 03, 2021
Mourners and supporters attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38,...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in Portland, Oregon
Mourners and supporters attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, outside the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Portland, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. Perez died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines in St. Paul, Oregon. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBIW
July 03, 2021
Marta Guembes, head of the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Oregon, holds the microphone up to let Maria...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in Portland, Oregon
Marta Guembes, head of the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Oregon, holds the microphone up to let Maria Lucas Alonzo, speak during the vigil for her husband, Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, outside the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Portland, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. Perez's wife Maria Lucas Alonzo, and his mother Maria Perez Francisco both live in Guatemala and were able to video call with Guembes to be a part of the the vigil. Perez died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines in St. Paul, Oregon. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBIS
July 03, 2021
Marta Guembes, head of the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Oregon, holds the microphone up to let Maria...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in Portland, Oregon
Marta Guembes, head of the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Oregon, holds the microphone up to let Maria Lucas Alonzo, speak during the vigil for her husband, Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, outside the Guatemalan Honorary Consulate in Portland, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. Perez's wife Maria Lucas Alonzo, and his mother Maria Perez Francisco both live in Guatemala and were able to video call with Guembes to be a part of the the vigil. Perez died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines in St. Paul, Oregon. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
USA-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTXDYBHE
July 03, 2021
Mourners lift their hands for a prayer during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Mourners attend a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez in St Paul
Mourners lift their hands for a prayer during a vigil for Guatemalan-born farmworker Sebastian Francisco Perez, 38, who died during the heat wave a week ago in Marion County while moving field irrigation lines, in St. Paul, Oregon, U.S. July 3, 2021. PCUN, Oregon's Farmworker Union organized the vigil outside Ernst Nursery & Farms, the company where Perez was employed. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CHINA-FOREST
RTXCVS12
April 15, 2021
Wang Tianchang, 78, waters a tree planted on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Wuwei, Gansu...
WUWEI, China
The Wider Image: The Great Green Wall: China's farmers push back the desert one tree at a time
Wang Tianchang, 78, waters a tree planted on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Wuwei, Gansu province, China, April 15, 2021. The Wangs have been fighting desertification since they settled on barren land near the village of Hongshui in Wuwei, a city in Gansu close to the border with Inner Mongolia, in 1980. A local institution in northwest China's Gansu province, Wang and his family lead busloads of young volunteers from the provincial capital of Lanzhou into the desert each year to plant and irrigate new trees and bushes. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SAND RAWLINS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CHINA-FOREST
RTXCVSYA
April 13, 2021
A worker shovels soil next to irrigation channels and recently planted shoots of Xinjiang poplar at the...
DUNHUANG, China
The Wider Image: The Great Green Wall: China's farmers push back the desert one tree at a time
A worker shovels soil next to irrigation channels and recently planted shoots of Xinjiang poplar at the Yangguan state-backed forest farm, on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, April 13, 2021. One such state-backed forest farm designed to repair the region's overworked ecosystem is the 4,200-acre Yangguan project, on the outskirts of the city of Dunhuang, which has proven controversial. Leaseholders eager to plant lucrative but water-intensive grapes levelled large sections of forest in 2017. In March, a government investigation team found Yangguan had violated regulations by allowing vineyards to be planted in protected forest. Villagers were also accused of illegally felling trees, and authorities were ordered to reclaim the illegally occupied land. Officials on the estate said hundreds of staff from government agencies in Dunhuang would arrive soon with the aim of planting 31,000 trees on 93 acres of land in just four days. Gradually the surviving vineyards would be replaced with trees, a manager said, a move that would affect hundreds of farmers. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SAND RAWLINS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AGRICULTURE
RTX8G7RP
December 15, 2020
An employee from Netafim kneels beside an irrigation system at a research center where the company develops...
KIBBUTZ MAGAL, Israel
Employee from Netafim kneels beside an irrigation system in Kibbutz Magal
An employee from Netafim kneels beside an irrigation system at a research center where the company develops more efficient methods to water crops in Kibbutz Magal, Israel November 30, 2020. Picture taken November 30, 2020. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AGRICULTURE
RTX8G7RO
December 15, 2020
An employee from Netafim kneels beside an irrigation system at a research center where the company develops...
KIBBUTZ MAGAL, Israel
Employee from Netafim kneels beside an irrigation system in Kibbutz Magal
An employee from Netafim kneels beside an irrigation system at a research center where the company develops more efficient methods to water crops in Kibbutz Magal, Israel November 30, 2020. Picture taken November 30, 2020. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AGRICULTURE
RTX8G7RG
December 15, 2020
A drop of water falls off an irrigation system at a research center of Netafim where the company develops...
KIBBUTZ MAGAL, Israel
Netafim site where company develops more efficient methods to water crops in Kibbutz Magal
A drop of water falls off an irrigation system at a research center of Netafim where the company develops more efficient methods to water crops, in Kibbutz Magal, Israel November 30, 2020. Picture taken November 30, 2020. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AGRICULTURE
RTX8G7RE
December 15, 2020
A drop of water falls off an irrigation system at a research center of Netafim where the company develops...
KIBBUTZ MAGAL, Israel
Netafim site where company develops more efficient methods to water crops in Kibbutz Magal
A drop of water falls off an irrigation system at a research center of Netafim where the company develops more efficient methods to water crops, in Kibbutz Magal, Israel November 30, 2020. Picture taken November 30, 2020. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP
RTX8EZWF
December 09, 2020
Construction crew members work on an irrigation system replacement project on the North Lawn of the White...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Construction crew members work on an irrigation system replacement project on the North Lawn of the White...
Construction crew members work on an irrigation system replacement project on the North Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S., December 9, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenner
EUROPE-WEATHER/GERMANY
RTX7VH1X
September 14, 2020
People pass by an irrigation water system at the Victory Column basement in Berlin, Germany September...
Berlin, Germany
Hot weather in Germany
People pass by an irrigation water system at the Victory Column basement in Berlin, Germany September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Michele Tantussi
EUROPE-WEATHER/GERMANY
RTX7VH1W
September 14, 2020
A man passes by an irrigation water system at the Victory Column basement in Berlin, Germany September...
Berlin, Germany
Hot weather in Germany
A man passes by an irrigation water system at the Victory Column basement in Berlin, Germany September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Michele Tantussi
GERMANY-WINE/
RTX7OO70
August 10, 2020
An irrigation system slowly waters Ortega grapes due to heavy drought at the Schwindt winery in Weinheim...
WEISENHEIM AM SAND, Germany
Harvest of first grapes to produce young wine in Weisenheim am Sand
An irrigation system slowly waters Ortega grapes due to heavy drought at the Schwindt winery in Weinheim am Sand, Germany, August 10, 2020. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-WINE/
RTX7OO71
August 10, 2020
An irrigation system slowly waters Ortega grapes due to heavy drought at the Schwindt winery in Weinheim...
WEISENHEIM AM SAND, Germany
Harvest of first grapes to produce young wine in Weisenheim am Sand
An irrigation system slowly waters Ortega grapes due to heavy drought at the Schwindt winery in Weinheim am Sand, Germany, August 10, 2020. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
EUROPE-WEATHER/FRANCE-DROUGHT
RTX7ONEG
August 10, 2020
A field of endives is irrigated after the authorities announced a drought risk for the summer, in Raillencourt-Sainte-Olle,...
RAILLENCOURT-SAINTE-OLLE, France
A field of endives is irrigated in Raillencourt-Sainte-Olle
A field of endives is irrigated after the authorities announced a drought risk for the summer, in Raillencourt-Sainte-Olle, France, May 26, 2020. Picture taken May 26, 2020 with a drone. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
EUROPE-WEATHER/FRANCE-DROUGHT
RTX7ONEH
August 10, 2020
A rainbow is seen as a wheat field is irrigated after the authorities announced a drought risk for the...
SAILLY-LEZ-CAMBRAI, France
A rainbow is seen as a wheat field is irrigated in Sailly-lez-Cambrai
A rainbow is seen as a wheat field is irrigated after the authorities announced a drought risk for the summer, in Sailly-lez-Cambrai, France, June 16, 2020. Picture taken June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
EUROPE-WEATHER/FRANCE-DROUGHT
RTX7ONE2
August 10, 2020
A field of peas is irrigated during sunset, after the authorities announced a drought risk for the summer,...
FONTAINE-LES-CROISILLES, France
A field of peas is irrigated during sunset in Fontaine-les-Croisilles
A field of peas is irrigated during sunset, after the authorities announced a drought risk for the summer, in Fontaine-les-Croisilles, France, May 19, 2020. Picture taken May 19, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
NILE-CONVERGENCE/
RTS3IP7H
July 09, 2020
Manal, who was displaced from her home when the Nile river overflowed in September 2019, sits inside...
WAD RAMLI, Sudan
The Wider Image: Fears at Nile's convergence in Sudan that new dam will sap river's strength
Manal, who was displaced from her home when the Nile river overflowed in September 2019, sits inside her tent in Wad Ramli, Sudan, February 19, 2020. "With the damn that Ethiopia is building we may be less affected by the floods, which is good but we will also face a lack of water to irrigate our land," said Manal. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "BENSEMRA NILE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
EUROPE-WEATHER/FRANCE
RTS3FVYR
June 25, 2020
A field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France, in Marquion, June 25,...
MARQUION, France
Field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France
A field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France, in Marquion, June 25, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
EUROPE-WEATHER/FRANCE
RTS3FVYP
June 25, 2020
A field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France, in Marquion, June 25,...
MARQUION, France
Field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France
A field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France, in Marquion, June 25, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
EUROPE-WEATHER/FRANCE
RTS3FVYO
June 25, 2020
A field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France, in Marquion, June 25,...
MARQUION, France
Field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France
A field of potatoes is being irrigated during sunset as a heatwave hits France, in Marquion, June 25, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
FRANCE-DROUGHT/
RTS3DOM3
June 16, 2020
A rainbow is seen as a wheat field is irrigated after the authorities announced a drought risk for the...
SAILLY-LEZ-CAMBRAI, France
A rainbow is seen as a wheat field is irrigated after the authorities announced a drought risk for the...
A rainbow is seen as a wheat field is irrigated after the authorities announced a drought risk for the summer, in Sailly-lez-Cambrai, France, June 16, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
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