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Resources:Framed photo competition

7 December 2012

What do resources mean to you? The UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources (ISR) is pleased to launch the Resources:Framed photo competition.

Under the theme of 'natural resources in a human world' the ISR is looking for striking images which capture the interaction between people and the planet.

Entries can include finite, biotic and renewable resources and can cover anything from small scale farming to major extractive operations, urban development or recycling.

The question is - how do you view the Earth's resources?

  • First prize - £200
  • Student runner up - £100
  • Staff runner up - £100

The winning entries as well as shortlisted images will also be displayed at UCL.

Judging will be led by Mark Edwards, one of the most widely published photographers in the world and creator of the Hard Rain Project.

Deadline for entries is 31 January.

More information is available at www.ucl.ac.uk/sustainable-resources.

Katherine Welch, Deputy Director, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources