Dwarfed by the silhouette remains of a torched forest, Giorgios explains how he has lost 50 years – or two whole generations – of income to the wildfires that burned his home for seven days and seven nights.
The father of three lives on Greece’s second-largest island, Evia, a quarter of which is now a devastated, burnt wasteland.
The tidal wave of flames consumed Giorgios’s home, his warehouse of tools, and all of his nearly 3,000 pine trees, whose resin he cultivated for a living.
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