Take a look through the lens of Kadir van Lohuizen. To create the exhibition Rising Tide, he traveled to many areas to investigate and visualize the impact rising sea level.
Kadir van Lohuizen made beautiful, but disturbing images of the Netherlands. By the end of the twenty-first century, the country could experience one to three meters of sea level rise.
Take a look at the metropolis of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. It is one of the most threatened cities in the world. Not only does the sea level rise, but the soil also falls due to groundwater extraction.
The United States of America
Big, bigger, biggest: that's what the United States often reminds of. Kadir van Lohuizen shows that this also applies to the sea level rise. On the east coast of the US, water levels rise three to four times faster than the global average.