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Masdar City exhibition scans impact of climate change
By a Staff Reporter January 30, 2018
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ABU DHABI: The Netherlands Embassy in the UAE in association with Masdar is hosting a photography exhibition at the Masdar City Eco-Villa, highlighting the effects of climate change, until Feb.16.

The exhibition entitled “Where Will We Go?” presents the work of Dutch photographer and academic Kadir van Lohuizen, who spent three years documenting the impact of rising sea levels around the world.

Thirty photographs take visitors on a visual journey to the four corners of the earth, from Greenland in the Arctic to Fiji and Kiribati in the Pacific Islands, through Bangladesh, Papua New Guinea and Panama, to the UK and the United States.  The exhibition is open to the public from 1pm to 9pm daily.
 

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