It’s time to show the crimes committed against the Amazon forest, writes Reuters photographer Nacho Doce.
Photography by Nacho Doce and Ricardo Moraes
The G-Cans Project
Beneath Tokyo lies a series of tunnels known as the G-Cans Project. Beginning construction in 1992, the landscape was built to store water in the events of a possible tsunami or other type of flooding incident.
The space is also used for guided tours and for filming movies, and unfolds along 6.4 miles of tunnels, connecting the silos of 5 to 65 meters in height, at a depth of 50 meters under the surface of the city.