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George Steinmetz

美國, 國家地理
當代議題 系列 第二名

2016年 6月 13日至 2017年 7月 9日
中國個人收入飛快上升,導致飲食需求轉變,人們大量消費肉類、奶製品及加工食品。中國為養活其佔全球 19%的人口,必須利用世界上 12%的可耕土地,即便新科技和農業改革解決了部分問題,但農民與年輕人蜂擁至城市導致的農村人口老化,以及工業污染農地,都仍是未改善的現況。


George Steinmetz

USA, for National Geographic
Contemporary Issues 2nd Prize Stories

Workers process meat in the main cutting room of Jinluo Meat, in Shandong, eastern China.
13 June 2016 - 9 July 2017
Rapidly rising incomes in China have led to a changing diet and increasing demand for meat, dairy and processed foods. China needs to make use of some 12 percent of the world’s arable land to feed nearly 19 percent of the global population. New technologies and agricultural reform offer a partial solution, but problems remain as farmers and the young flock to work in cities, leaving an aging rural population, and as land becomes contaminated by industry.

Jesco Denzel

德國, 生活通訊社
當代議題 單幅 第一名

2017年 2月 24日一艘載著觀光客的船從拉哥斯碼頭出發,行駛在馬可可區的水道上。馬可可區位於奈及利亞拉哥斯的拉哥斯潟湖邊,是由古老漁村演變而成的大型非法居住區。
此區的人口約為 15萬人,許多家庭已在此定居了好幾個世代。然而拉哥斯正迅速發展中,潟湖沿岸的頂級房產不足,亟需建築用地,於是政府開始拆除違建社區(如馬可可區),以興建住宅給富人居住。政府將馬可可區劃為非法居住區,所以人們可能會被迫撤離且無法得到安置,並剝奪了他們的生計來源。


Jesco Denzel

Germany, laif
Contemporary Issues 1st Prize Singles

24 February 2017
A boat with tourists from Lagos Marina is steered through the canals of the Makoko community—an ancient fishing village that has grown into an enormous informal settlement—on the shores of Lagos Lagoon, Lagos, Nigeria.
Makoko has a population of around 150,000 people, many of whose families have been there for generations. But Lagos is growing rapidly, and ground to build on is in high demand. Prime real estate along the lagoon waterfront is scarce, and there are moves to demolish communities such as Makoko and build apartment blocks: accommodation for the wealthy. Because the government considers the communities to be informal settlements, people may be evicted without provision of more housing. Displacement from the waterfront also deprives them of their livelihoods.