Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Nairobi is now accepting entries from Africans who are enthusiast or a professional photographer for its 2018 Photo Competition. The deadline for submission of entries for the GLF Nairobi Photo Competition is 5th August, 2018.
Degradation affects about 50 million hectares of land in Africa, which now faces perhaps the toughest ecological test of any continent. But African people are rising up to the challenge, finding new ways to work together, adapt and innovate.
This year, the GLF Nairobi 2018 event aims to inspire action around Africa’s degraded landscapes by highlighting successful restoration stories on the ground.
Showing the diversity and complexity of Africa’s landscapes is key to driving this critical conversation and we need you!
Put Africa’s landscapes into the spotlight: be it the savannahs or mountains, wildlife or concrete jungles, human portraits, traditions or innovative restoration or your backyard! All angles are welcome.
Who Can Participate in the GLF Nairobi Photo Competition.
The competition is open to anyone and everyone, whether you are a photo enthusiast or a professional photographer.
GLF Nairobi Photo Competition Benefits.
The winner will walk away with a USD 500 cash prize and receive global visibility across digital and social coverage with due credit. We will showcase the winning photos at the GLF Nairobi event, held at the UN Environment campus and attended by policy makers, private sector companies, organizations, press, youth, and community groups.
How to Submit Photos for GLF Nairobi Photo Competition.
To participate, upload your photos here. Upload the photos along with a title, the contributor’s name and a short description of the location and subject, keeping African landscapes in focus.
DEADLINE to SUBMIT:5 August 2018.
Once applications are closed, online voting will be open between 8-15 August 2018.
Winner and runner-ups to be announced on 21 August 2018.
For inquiries and further information on competition and submissions, please contact [email protected].
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