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    VII. Grave & Cradle
    Project: What happened to nature?
    EB - Tanggu Port (Tianjin)

    In one scene [of Manufactured Landscapes] we were in the largest coal distribution center of China, where it gets transported throughout the country with trucks, trains, ships. As far as you could see there were these massive piles of coal. As we drove a bit away we realized that we had a nuclear power plant in one corner and the huge coal in the other - with in between all this construction going on, and the ground we stood on had no organic matter left in it: it was like ash. But this wasn’t some industrial park away from residential civilization. It was in the midst of apartments with thousands of people living there. I just thought: we are all headed for this if we don’t stop.

    ~ Jennifer Baichwal (director of Manufactured Landscapes), PingMag Interview ~

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