Shot along the coastline of Ghana, Togo and Benin, “Ocean Rage” documents the devastating natural and social effects climate change is having on the coastal communities of West Africa.

As a direct consequence of global warming and sea level rise, more than 7,000 kms of coastline from Mauritania to Cameroon are eroding at a pace of up to 36 metres per year, disrupting the lives of tens of millions of people in thirteen countries. While local governments scramble to...
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