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Shoot: Climate Refugees Videos

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Climate experts estimate that by 2050 over 50 million of us will be climate refugees. These are the people among us around the world who will be forced to leave their home and their living environment will be lost forever.

This is a campaign to raise awareness of the problem of climate refugees - presented from their point of view.
Three videos show the reality in which people around the world live and/or will live in the wake of the climate crisis.

In the past years, quite a few climate disasters have occurred in the world - from fires in Australia to severe floods in Venice. Climate change is already here in full force.

The idea behind the first video in the series was inspired by the huge fires we see now around the world. The scene was filmed in Mevo Modiim (Israel), which burned down almost entirely.
Shalom was photographed in his sooty real home after he inevitably became a homeless person.
The houses in the settlement are still uninhabitable to this day and many residents have actually been forced to leave their homes.

The second video focuses on a mother and her daughters who due to a severe sandstorm that has been going on for over two weeks destroyed their house, they can not breathe the air outside, and therefore need masks, which filter the air.
This young family finds themselves living an almost impossible life, they have no choice and they will be forced to leave their pavilion, and look for another home.

The third video brings a reality in which living conditions change forever. A grandfather and granddaughter, the only ones who survived the great flood of 2036 are photographed inside a dark, old shelter, with little of their property left, by candlelight and no hope of environmental restoration.
The girl who is the only reality she knows sits at a small table and lantern and draws a hill and a tree, a landscape she probably will not see. The revealed character, the girl's grandfather seems desperate for the present and is not optimistic about the future to come.
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