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Photographic-scientific projects

Waves of tomorrow
The real impact of Sea Level Rise

In recent decades, the exponential rise in global temperatures has caused obvious climate anomalies, leading to a reduction in the Earth's ice cover and a rise in sea levels.  

Currently, the cryosphere has shrunk by 40% since 1950, while sea levels are rising at an exponential rate of 3.5 millimetres per year. 

The Macromicro Association, with its decades of experience, decided to launch a visual and scientific communication project on the phenomenon of rising seas. With the help of a team of photographers, filmmakers, scientists and communication experts, Macromicro Association intends to study the various aspects of this ongoing process with the aim of popularising and raising awareness of the issue.

On the Trail of the Glaciers
Exploring the past for a sustainable future

On the Trail of the Glaciers is a photographic-scientific project that combines photographic comparisons and scientific research in order to divulge the effects of climate change through the observation of glacier mass variations over the last 150 years.

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EXPEDITIONS OVER 13 YEARS OF THE PROJECT
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GLACIERS ANALYSED
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COMPARATIVE PHOTOGRAPHS
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UNIVERSITIES AND RESEARCH INSTITUTES INVOLVED
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