Attention photographers! The Critical Information Collective (CIC) has just announced it’s first annual environmental and social justice photography contest will be accepting entires until 28 February 2015. The categories include: Buen Vivir (life in harmony), Our Changing Climate, Hungry for Change (food sovereignty) and Energy Justice for All. The competition asks for a small entry donation, which will be applied to CIC’s basic operating costs throughout the year.
Photography is one of the most effective ways to raise awareness about social and ecological injustice in the world.
1st Annual Environmental and Social Justice Photography Competition
Critical Information Collective’s new annual environmental and social justice photography competition is open for entries until 28 February 2015. Help us to build and share a powerful collection of environmental and social justice images from around the world by entering. Everyone is welcome, there are separate categories for activists/communities, and professional photographers. Our themes focus on Buen Vivir, climate change, food sovereignty and energy justice (for more detail see below).
Acceptances and winning entries will be notified by 31 March 2015. The 24 winning images will be printed and exhibited in Paris during the UNFCCC climate change summit in November 2015. All competition ‘acceptances’ will also be exhibited online until 31 December 2015.
Click here to learn more about the categories and how to enter.
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