Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Floods-Documentation-Japan-27MZIFEZ4UY.htmlConceptually similarClimate Floods Documentation JapanGP01GINCompleted★★★★Climate Floods Documentation JapanGP01C27Completed★★★★Climate Floods Documentation JapanGP013HZCompleted★★★★Climate Floods Documentation JapanGP0140ACompleted★★★★Climate Floods Documentation JapanGP010KYCompleted★★★★Climate Floods Documentation JapanGP012ZVCompleted★★★★Climate Floods Documentation JapanGP01221Completed★★★★Climate Floods Documentation JapanGP012JPCompleted★★★★Climate Floods Documentation JapanGP017C1Completed★★★★View AllGP0Y6WClimate Floods Documentation JapanResidents of the Magari-Buchi area, in Sanjo city, walking through a lane of garbage and mud covered things, Niigata prefecture, Japan. After one week, torrential rains forced breaks in the banks of the swollen Igarashi River, flooding homes, businesses and agricultural fields. The floods in western Japan have so far caused the deaths of 18 people, more than 20,000 houses flooded in Niigata prefecture, 13,000 households ordered to evacuate. In one week more than 49 centimetres of rain had fallen in Niigata prefecture - nearly one-fifth of the annual average.eople. In one week more than 49 centimetres of rain had fallen in Niigata prefecture - nearly one-fifth of the annual average.Locations:Asia-Japan-NiigataDate:20 Jul, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Jeremy Sutton-HibbertMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Floods-KWCI (GPI)Shoot:Climate Floods Documentation JapanClimate floods documentation Japan.