DEADLINE: AUGUST 14, 2021— The Environmental Photographer of the Year competition is now open for applications from photographers around the world.
The competition is free to enter for all ages.
This award celebrates humanity’s ability to survive and innovate, and it showcases thought-provoking images that call attention to our impact and inspire us to live sustainably.
Entries can be submitted in the following categories:
• Environmental Photographer of the Year
• Young Environmental Photographer of the Year
• Environments of the Future
• Sustainable Cities
• Climate Action
• Water and Security
• The Resilient Award
• People’s Choice
The top award will be granted to a single image that furthers the understanding of the causes and effects of environmental change and social inequality, highlights solutions to the climate and ecological emergency, and inspires people to live sustainably.
The winning photographer will receive £10,000 cash prize and award certificate.
The deadline for submission of entries is August 14th, 2021.
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