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Cristiano Ronaldo
Ariana Grande
Selena Gomez
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Family’s  lunch ❤️
Tough game but we stick together as a team and now we have the second leg at home, with the support of our tiffosi, to reach the #coppaitalia final!💪🏽
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Photo by @lucalocatelliphoto | In the enormous trash chamber at Amager Bakke, in Copenhagen, two automated cranes move waste around a 36-meter-high (118-foot) silo that can hold approximately 22,000 tons of unsorted garbage.

Amager Bakke says it's the world's cleanest waste-to-energy plant. It burns through trash at a rate of 70 tons per hour, and Copenhagen must import rubbish from Britain and Germany to make up for the Danes' efficient recycling scheme, which leaves little for the landfill. The hope is to one day run out of waste: the plant also has been designed to be powered by biomass instead of trash.

As a photographer, my main focus is telling stories about our struggle to transition toward a more sustainable future. Can technologies like those at Amager Bakke help us solve our waste issue and point the way to a circular economy? Please follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to find out more about the solutions. #denmark #waste #energy #environment #lucalocatelliphoto
#HelloFrom the Republic of Karelia, Russia, where the Ruskeala Express, a world famous retro steam train, escapes every day from the city of Sortavala to Ruskeala Mountain Park. 🚂🏔✨ ⁣ ⁣

Photo by @yaroslav_shuraev
Photo by @nataliekeyssar | My most recent @natgeo story covers how advances in DNA technology are helping cold cases from Guatemala's civil war, creating hope for families who have spent years wondering what became of their disappeared loved ones. At the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation, liquid nitrogen is poured into a machine that freezes bone fragments, making them brittle and easier to turn into powder as part of the DNA testing process. Read more about this testing and what it means to activists and the families of victims in this article by Nina Strochlic at Nat Geo's link in bio.
Photo by @simonnorfolkstudio I The Kamchatka Peninsula, on Russia's Pacific coast, is a 10-hour flight from Moscow and remains one of the world's great natural wildernesses. Emerging from steam in the Valley of the Geysers is a Kamchatka brown bear (Ursus arctos beringianus), the largest carnivorans in Eurasia. It was noted by early visitors to the region that these bears were relatively tame compared to their Siberian counterparts, but in 2008 a platinum-mining community in the region was overrun by a slew of bears, killing two workers. Up until 1990 the bear population thrived, but since then, with the demise of the Soviet Union, mineral exploitation and international trophy hunting has seen the bear population put under unprecedented ecological pressure. Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished, and archive material. #wildlife #documentaryphotography #bear #brownbear #bears
Photo by @katieorlinsky // Sponsored by @callofthewild // Arctic spring with the Wild and Free dog team in the Brooks Range, Alaska, 2016. The Brooks Range extends over a thousand kilometers (600 miles) from the Canadian Yukon west through Alaska. It is the ancestral land of the Gwich'in, Athabascan and Inupiat people and a habitat and breeding ground for caribou, polar bears, wolves, musk oxen, and migratory birds, among other species. It is one of the most beautiful, wild places I have ever been lucky enough to see, and the best way to see it was definitely by dog sled. // Answer the #CalloftheWild, starring Harrison Ford, in theaters Friday. Get tickets now!
Photo by @edkashi | Waiting out a hard rain in Rwanda while working on a film about reconciliation and the power of photography (February 1, 2020). #camerakidsfilm #rwanda  #africa #blurry #rain