This week was another sobering look at the effects of climate change around the world. We watched China inundate and continue brutal wildfires in the Pacific Northwest. Cameraman Marina Vitalione Old photographic technique was used to produce other images of London’s air pollution, while Eva Marie Ozkategwe caught a glimpse of a sandbar in Miami that has become a local popular hangout and is set to be destroyed.
Many news outlets have praised the Indian photographer Danish is my friendwho was killed while working in Afghanistan. His work has brought him around the world for stories, and his reporting on the Rohingya refugee crisis won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018. The delta version of COVID-19 is on the rise, raising fears of another shutdown. Todd Hessler And David Gonzalez The New York Times revealed 115 workers who have kept the city afloat during the pandemic, even as some of them found themselves out of work.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, the Olympics this week began after a year-long delay, which means all eyes are on the festivities in Tokyo. And just for fun, we got one last look at France and the celebrities in full force in Cannes.