List of Illustrations

Chapter 3

Fig. 3.1

The island of Palawan with its capital region that consists of both urban and rural areas (source: author, 2020).


Fig. 3.2

Giving an unexpected lecture to trainees at PCC’s training camp (photo by author, October 2013), CC BY-4.0.


Fig 3.3

Eco caravan performing “Climate” in a primary school (photo by author, November 2013), CC BY-4.0.


Chapter 4

Fig. 4.1

Locations of Hamburg and Otterndorf. © OpenStreetMap contributors, CC BY-SA.


Fig. 4.2

Impact of storm surges. Above: Otterndorf at the beginning of the storm surge in 2013 (photo by Ekkehard Drath, CC-BY-NC). Below: Hamburg during a storm surge in 2016 (photo by Olle August, from Pixabay,


Chapter 5

Fig. 5.1

Terrat in Simanjiro District (Manyara Region). Cartography by Monika Feinen, produced in November 2015, CC-BY-ND.


Fig. 5.2

Image from an educational video in which a documentary filmmaker explains to several Maasai from Terrat about CO2 and industries as the causes of climate change (ResourceAfrica UK). “The World Has Malaria—ClimateConscious”, 7:30, posted online by Max Thabiso Edkins, YouTube, 15 August 2012,


Fig. 5.3

Children milking a goat (photo by author, 2013), CC-BY-4.0.


Fig. 5.4

Koko (elder women, or grandmothers) dressed for a circumcision ceremony in the neighboring village Sukuro (photo by author, 2013), CC-BY-4.0.


Chapter 6

Fig. 6.1

A typical house structure made of local materials (photo by author, March 2012), CC-BY-4.0.


Fig. 6.2

Paddy fields are turned into saltwater shrimp enclosures (photo by author, March 2012), CC-BY-4.0.


Chapter 7

Fig. 7.1

Chain of causality from greenhouse gas emissions to loss and damage (source: author, 2020).


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