Reportage

Reportage Archive of Positive Magazine

Mer de Glace

Bundle up it’s hot!

From a crystal clear mountain to a dusty pit: the destiny of the Mer de Glace seems to be everyday more opaque, crumbling on its visitors.
industry

Taking agricultural land for industrialization has been the dominant narrative of development in the 21st century, especially in the developing countries. In this context, the story of Singur in West ...
Fire

It rained ashes for three days. On Friday, September 1st, 2017 a fire broke out in La Tuna Canyon near Sunland, CA and over the next few days developed into ...
belgrade

If there is a place in the popular imagination, as far away as possible from the glitz of Dubai, it is the Balkan Peninsula. Photos by Massimo Gorreri Words by ...

Venezia Football Club is going to start the new season, after winning the previous one in Lega Pro, tournament B, defeating other big clubs such as Parma Calcio 1913. Photos ...
prison

Twelve maximum security inmates, seven community volunteers, and five puppies. This is the group of dedicated individuals making up the Canine Partners for Life (CPL) training program in SCI Greene ...
camino

This story is the result of several past pilgrimages on the Camino de Santiago, an ancient spiritual trek across northern Spain, prior to any interest in photography, and then walking ...
quarry

Popularly known as The quarry, the Bakoteh dump site is all that remains of an old strip mining. The craters the old stone excavations left behind now harbour the garbage ...
losing

“Infidels, pagans, non-believers,” these are terms the Islamic State (IS) uses when referring to minority groups within their reach. IS’s aggressive entry into Iraq, which is home to mostly Sunni ...
refugees

Migrant’s winter in the Italian mountainous communities.
portugal

In 2001 Portugal decided to deal with its endemic narcotics problem in a novel manner; By decriminalizing all narcotics and instead choosing to focus on harm reduction efforts they were ...