This photograph originally appeared in the January/February 2017 issue of Pacific Standard.
Reynosa, Mexico: Fresh footprints of migrants dot the bed of a dried pond just south of Mission, Texas, near the Rio Grande.
Dhaka, Bangladesh: Momin Mohammad, a leather worker, brushes his teeth by a canal near his home in the city's polluted Hazaribagh neighborhood. Each day, tanneries dump 22,000 liters of toxic waste into the Buriganga, the capital city's main river and key water supply.
Gazipara, Bangladesh: In southern Bangladesh, soil embankments protect rise paddies from the Kapotaksma and Shakbaria rivers during the rainy season, but the heavy storm surges frequently destroy them.