Our planet is changing, and too fast! The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has recently publish a report on the state of our planet’s wildlife, and the impacts of climate change on biodiversity. So what does it reveal?
Category: Our Planet
Conservation, responsibility and sustainability have become key issues for our planet and for travel. We look at how photographers are getting involved, raising awareness and spreading conservation and environmental messages through their work.
Imminent death in paradise
Hawaii is synonymous with palm fringed beaches against a volcanic backdrop. It’s a holiday destination but also a wild place. However, this wild side is under threat.
Alaska is a wild and not easily accessible place. One of the rewards for getting there are is the opportunity to encounter wildlife in its own unspoilt natural habitat. Here we meet and photograph the bears of Katmai.
Pristine nature versus ‘real’ nature
Wildlife photographer Tim Plowden argues that we are part of rather than separate from nature and captures the fine line between humans and the hornbills near his home in Singapore.
On thin ice
“There is nothing more beautiful than ice in all its forms. I aim to show the abstract beauty drawn by nature – its power but also the fragility of the ecosystem.”
Introducing… Ankit Kumar
Twice winner of Young TPOTY, author of self-published photo book ‘Survivors’, creator of his own charity and he’s STILL only 18.
Storm chaser: Dangerous landscapes
“We chase where the weather takes us; we could be in Texas one day, then drive all night and get to Wyoming for the next day.”
Save the salt
The legendary Bonneville salt flats, home to many a land speed-record attempt, is in danger of disappearing. One US advertising photographer took this as his cue to create a campaign to help save it.