Chinstrap Penguin resting at Spigot Peak, the Antarctic Peninsula by Christian Aslund 2018 Earth Photo entrant
We’re excited to announce this year’s Earth Photo competition is now open for entries.
Developed in partnership with the Forestry Commission, Earth Photo aims to enable a better understanding of the world around us. Photographers of all ages, both amateur and professional, are invited to submit up to 10 photographs or films that focus on the key themes of people, place, nature and changing forests.
The competition is open to national and international photographers of all ages, and shortlisted works will be displayed in our Pavilion from 6 July to 22 August. Three further exhibitions will take place at Forestry Commission venues later in the year.
Submitted photographs and films will be judged by a panel of experts chaired by award-winning photographer Marissa Roth. The panel will select an overall winner as well as a winner within each category.
The deadline for entries is 5.00pm on 6 May.
With London Fashion Week fast approaching, join us for a discussion about the impact of the fashion industry on our planet and what we can all do about it.
Based on a research project looking at extreme weather events in the past, present and future, we have put together a series of resources to help students learn about extreme weather.
We are pleased to announce that the Society is now a partner of the Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL) programme.
For James Aldred and Johnathan Drori, trees are an integral part of their lives. Join us for an evening where they share their passion and enthusiasm for all things trees.
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