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Despite being in the spotlight following her arrest in Italy last June, Carola Rackete says the real heroes are "the people we encountered at sea who survived so much more than crossing in an unseaworthy boat." | Photo: Reuters
Image from the exhibition "SW5Y - Five Years of Civil Sea Rescue" | Photo: Sea-Watch/Fabian Melber
Carola Rackete, German captain of rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3, attends a press conference following the European Parliament Committee's public hearing on the situation of Search and Rescue in the Mediterranean | Photo: ANSA
Carola Rackete, former captain of the Sea-Watch 3 search and rescue vessel | Photo: EPA/Omer Messinger
The Sea-Watch 3 at Lampedusa port | Photo: Picture-alliance/Photoshot
Migrants aboard search and rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3 | Photo: Grodotzki
Worsening hurricanes in the Atlantic could drive increased climate migration | Photo: NASA/NOAA
Pep Guardiola (left) with Carola Rackete (center right)
Pia Klemp has spoken out publicly about the EU's refugee policies | Photo: Picture-alliance/Geisler-Fotopress/C.Hardt
Migrants in a detention center in Libya | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/ZUHAIR ABUSREWIL
Climate change is expected to displace a growing number of people in future |COPYRIGHT: Reuters/Srdjan Zivulovic