The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is seeking entries for the annual Environmental Photography Award, which is free to enter and comes with a €10,000 prize fund.

The award is being launched in the 15th anniversary year of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, and will run annually with the aim of raising awareness of environmental issues. It will reward photographers who are putting their creativity and skill to good use in documenting the current state of our world, and conservation efforts that offer hope for the future.

In this inaugural year the focus is on wildlife, with the theme “Humanity and Wildlife: Crossed Destinies, Shared Territories”. Entries are welcomed across three categories: Incredible Wildlife; Wildlife in Crisis; and Reasons for Hope. Photographers can enter up to 5 images into each category.

Shortlisted images will be exhibited in the Principality of Monaco as part of the Foundation’s 15th anniversary celebrations, and will also be published in a commemorative photography book for distribution to the Foundation’s partners and benefactors.

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