Coal fires spit out enormous amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
People who live amongst smoke and toxic fumes that constantly seep out of the earth have a life expectancy considerably diminished.
Engineers collected and analysed gas samples from different fires. They found 40 to 50 hydrocarbon compounds. Many of them are toxic or carcinogenic.
Jharia. Jarkhand. India
Artwork DetailsPhotography - Digital
Artwork Size - Height 80 | Depth 53
Created on 16 May 2016