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Aerial view of diamond mining operation showing heavy earth-moving equipment and mountains of mine tailings, Skeleton Coast, Namibia  -  Jim Brandenburg
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00012596 Aerial view of diamond mining operation showing heavy earth-moving equipment and mountains of mine tailings, Skeleton Coast, Namibia© Jim Brandenburg
Coal fired power station provides electricity for capital city, causes heavy air pollution during winter due to inversion layer, Ulan Baatar, Mongolia  -  Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
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00481679 Coal fired power station provides electricity for capital city, causes heavy air pollution during winter due to inversion layer, Ulan Baatar, Mongolia© Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
A scrap metal dump in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788864 A scrap metal dump in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
A solar park at Wheal Jane an old abandoned Cornish tin mine near Redruth, UK, that is rediscovering itself as a renewable energy hub. September 2013
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90788639 A solar park at Wheal Jane an old abandoned Cornish tin mine near Redruth, UK, that is rediscovering itself as a renewable energy hub. September 2013© Ashley Cooper
Wheal Jane an old abandoned Cornish tin mine near Redruth, UK, that is rediscovering itself as a renewable energy hub. September 2013
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90788638 Wheal Jane an old abandoned Cornish tin mine near Redruth, UK, that is rediscovering itself as a renewable energy hub. September 2013© Ashley Cooper
The irony of solar powered CCTV  at Shell's Albian sands tar sands mine. The tar sands are the largest industrial project on the planet, and the world's most environmentally destructive. The synthetic...
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90788618 The irony of solar powered CCTV at Shell's Albian sands tar sands mine. The tar sands are the largest industrial project on the planet, and the world's most environmentally destructive. The synthetic...© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788530 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788529 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands deposits exposed in the side of the Athabasca River, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788528 Tar sands deposits exposed in the side of the Athabasca River, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Groundwater testing point north of Fort McMurray, the centre of the Alberta tar sands industry. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788527 Groundwater testing point north of Fort McMurray, the centre of the Alberta tar sands industry. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Air pollution from the Syncrude upgrader plant which processes tar sand for the production of synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788526 Air pollution from the Syncrude upgrader plant which processes tar sand for the production of synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Air pollution from the Syncrude upgrader plant which processes tar sand for the production of synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788525 Air pollution from the Syncrude upgrader plant which processes tar sand for the production of synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788524 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788523 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
American buffalo (Bison bison) grazing on land reclaimed from a former tar sands mine at Syncrude Mildred Lake, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, USA. August.
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90788521 American buffalo (Bison bison) grazing on land reclaimed from a former tar sands mine at Syncrude Mildred Lake, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, USA. August.© Ashley Cooper
American buffalo (Bison bison) grazing  on land reclaimed from a former tar sands mine at Syncrude Mildred Lake, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, USA. August.
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90788520 American buffalo (Bison bison) grazing on land reclaimed from a former tar sands mine at Syncrude Mildred Lake, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, USA. August.© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788519 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788518 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788517 The Syncrude upgrader plant for processing tar sands to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The Shell Scotforth plant which takes bitumen extracted from the tar sands and adds hydrogen to it to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788516 The Shell Scotforth plant which takes bitumen extracted from the tar sands and adds hydrogen to it to create synthetic oil. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Bitumen from tar sands leaching out in a road cutting. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788515 Bitumen from tar sands leaching out in a road cutting. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Bitumen from tar sands leaching out in a road cutting. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788514 Bitumen from tar sands leaching out in a road cutting. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands with iridescent oil patterns. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788513 Tar sands with iridescent oil patterns. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands with iridescent oil patterns. Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788512 Tar sands with iridescent oil patterns. Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
A hand full of tar sand Alberta, Canada,.August 2012
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90788511 A hand full of tar sand Alberta, Canada,.August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The tar sands upgrader plant at the Syncrude mine , at sunset , north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788510 The tar sands upgrader plant at the Syncrude mine , at sunset , north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Construction of new tar sands plant, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada August 2012
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90788509 Construction of new tar sands plant, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Construction of new tar sands plant, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada August 2012
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90788508 Construction of new tar sands plant, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Construction of new tar sands plant, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada August 2012
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90788507 Construction of new tar sands plant, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Boreal forest trees clear felled to make way for a new tar sands mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788506 Boreal forest trees clear felled to make way for a new tar sands mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Boreal forest trees clear felled to make way for a new tar sands mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.  August 2012
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90788505 Boreal forest trees clear felled to make way for a new tar sands mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands deposits mining north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.  August 2012
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90788504 Tar sands deposits mining north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands mining near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788503 Tar sands mining near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands mining near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788502 Tar sands mining near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788501 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands deposits being mined north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788500 Tar sands deposits being mined north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Massive dump trucks with  load with tar sand in a mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788499 Massive dump trucks with load with tar sand in a mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
The tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. In addition, tho...
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90788498 The tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. In addition, tho...© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands mining near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788497 Tar sands mining near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788496 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Soil  removed to reach the tar sands beds in an open pit tar sands mine north of fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788495 Soil removed to reach the tar sands beds in an open pit tar sands mine north of fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
A brand new Tar sands plant being constructed north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788494 A brand new Tar sands plant being constructed north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788493 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788492 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands depositsmined at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788491 Tar sands depositsmined at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands deposits being mined at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. The tar sands are the largest industrial project on the planet, and the world's most environmentally destru...
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90788490 Tar sands deposits being mined at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. The tar sands are the largest industrial project on the planet, and the world's most environmentally destru...© Ashley Cooper
Tar sands mining north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012
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90788489 Tar sands mining north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Sulpher which has to be extracted from the raw bitumen from tar sands piled up in huge mountains by the Syncrude upgrader plant near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.  August 2012
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90788488 Sulpher which has to be extracted from the raw bitumen from tar sands piled up in huge mountains by the Syncrude upgrader plant near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment.  August 2012
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90788487 Tailings pond at the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Tailings ponds in the tar sands are unlined and leach toxic chemicals into the surrounding environment. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
Sulpher which has to be extracted from the raw bitumen from tar sands piled up in huge mountains by the Syncrude upgrader plant near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.  August 2012
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90788486 Sulpher which has to be extracted from the raw bitumen from tar sands piled up in huge mountains by the Syncrude upgrader plant near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. August 2012© Ashley Cooper
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