Sunday, December 23, 2012

Pivotal Role of Water Photography Competition

Click Here! Water is the lifeblood of the planet, and the state of this resource affects all natural, social and economic systems. Water serves as the fundamental link between the climate system, human society and the environment. Climate change is severely impacting the hydrological cycle and consequently, water management. This will in turn have significant effects on human development and security.

Water is the primary medium through which climate change influences Earth's ecosystem and thus the livelihood and well-being of societies. Higher temperatures and changes in extreme weather conditions are projected to affect availability and distribution of rainfall, snowmelt, river flows and groundwater, and further deteriorate water quality.

The Pivotal Role of Water in Climate Change Competition aims to encourage people across the world to record all aspects of water as the fundamental link between the climate system, human society and the environment, and also interesting and important issues relating to water and the vital role of water in everyday life.

Show, in pictures, problems that climate change affect the water and solutions, which are important for the participants.

The competition is open to professionals and non-professionals photographers of all countries aged 15 years and over, and entrants can submit up to five photographs for the competition.

The contest opens for entries on 25 November 2012 and ends at midnight (GET) 28 February 2013. Late entries will not be accepted.

The award-winning photographs will be evaluated by a panel of professional judges.

The winners will be awarded with prizes:

1st place - 3000 US$
2nd place - 2000 US$
3rd place - 1000 US$

There will be additional prizes for the highly commended entries.

Click Here to Get: Pivotal Role of Water Photography Competition


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