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Call to Action • Earth Day Photo Project 2017

Earth Day Photo Project 2017

The Project

On 22 April 2017, photographers around our planet will head into the field to photograph the landscape in a photographic celebration of Earth Day. Will you take part in the project?

The top picture will receive £100. The top 5 pictures will receive a Gold membership for a year.

Help us spread the word, use #EDPP2017 when sharing the news and please, do share this post – let's make our planet a better place for the next generations.

One submission per person is allowed • Entries close on 30 April 2017.

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The Story

First designated in 1970 to acknowledge the importance of the environment and humanity's relationship to nature, Earth Day is recognised by many as the birth of the modern environmental movement. Today it is observed annually around the globe.
Earth Day and its principles are the foundation for the Earth Day Photo Project. This endeavour brings people together from different countries in an effort to foster international peace and good will through nature. It unites photographers through a shared passion for the fragile beauty of our Earth and the need to come together to solve problems.
Emily Mount is the project coordinator.
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About Author

Emily Mount

Emily Mount is a photography instructor and naturalist with Lindblad Expeditions/National Geographic. When she is not travelling abroad she is a freelance environmental writer and photographer.

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