Exhibition in the Municipal Hall of Barmstedt City Hall. Tanzania is considered one of the countries most affected by climate change and also the world’s largest consumer of charcoal. The rapidly growing business metropolis and capital Dar es Salaam alone needs half of this. Millions of households rely on charcoal as fuel in their daily lives. Tanzanian photographer Imani Nsamila’s poignant photo documentary follows the mostly illegal process of tree clearing and coal production through to the ready-for-sale coal product for the market. The extent of this nature-hostile process, which secures many jobs in the country, becomes clear through the pictures and demands sustainable alternatives for the preservation of the climate.