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gignouxphotos: Oil Sands

gignouxphotos: Oil Sands

Are the economic benefits of oil sands extraction worth the environmental damage?  Gignouxphotos has investigated the complex issues surrounding the oil sands industry since 2010 and will shortly be launching an Indiegogo campaign to fund the creation of an interactive web documentary. 

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Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes

Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes

The ancient mountain forests of Appalachia have been felled and what remains is an eerie, barren landscape of rough-hewn rock.  Alan Gignoux witnesses the effects of mountain top removal in America's coal heartland. Featured in FOTO8 

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Homeland Lost

Homeland Lost

Around 5 million Palestinian refugees remain stateless 67 years after the formation of Israel led to their displacement.  By juxtaposing portraits of refugees with their former homes in what is today Israel, Alan Gignoux aims to highlight the cost to individuals of the failure of the international community to resolve their situation.

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Water and Trash in Lebanon

Water and Trash in Lebanon

A 50 minute documentary on water and environmental degradation in Lebanon

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Homeland Lost - The Saharawi

Homeland Lost - The Saharawi

Nearly 25 years after the ceasefire between the Polisario Front and Morocco, Western Sahara still awaits the referendum that will determine its fate – independence or unification with Morocco.  Alan Gignoux looks at how the Saharawi of Western Sahara have been affected by occupation and displacement.