Pollution STOP! While at Bard show “Wildlife Photographer of the Year”, 25 September 2015, 193 world leaders signed 17 global goals to achieve three fundamental goals between now and the year 2030 (link):
- Pollution immediatily unrise
- End poverty
- Combating inequality and injustice.
- Remedy to climate change.
Pollution vs global objectives for sustainable development can bring positive results, in all countries, for all people, even with your help! Now:
- Against pollution, against global warming every day you can do something: Follow 10 simple rules with this article (link)
- Stay informed and than share the pollution status with the European Environment Agency (Link)
- Become a sustainable designer, read the article dedicated to pollution, use it and spread the material too (link) #GlobalGoals!
“This is not a partisan debate; it is a human one. Clean air and water, and a liveable climate are inalienable human rights. And solving this crisis is not a question of politics. It is our moral obligation.”. Leonardo Di Caprio
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015. The most beautiful shots of nature photography at “Forte di Bard”, Valle d’Aosta, Italy. From 3 February to 2 June 2016. Info (link)
Forte di Bard, the main cultural center of the Aosta Valley, exclusively host the most prestigious and important contest of nature photography for the seventh year. From February 3 to June 2, 2016.
The winning image is “A tale of two foxes”, Don Gutoski, Canada, (link):
- A red fox drags the carcass of an Arctic Fox in Wapusk National Park, Canada. Don waited for more than three hours at a temperature of -30° the right moment when the red fox, sated, would collect the carcass and dragged to preserve it.
- Due to global warming red foxes must hunt further than ever to the north by eating their own kind: the arctic foxes.
- Over 100 exciting images in 18 categories of awards organized by the Natural History Museum of London in collaboration with BBC Wildlife Magazine.
- “Ruffs on display”, Ondřej Pelánek, Czech Republic, is the winning photo absolute in the Youth section.
Among Italians who participated, selected as a finalist in the Land category:
- Ugo Mellone with the photo “Butterfly in Crystal”, Invertebrates category and another of his shots “The Tunnel of Spring”..
- Vincenzo Mazza with the photo “Battling the Storm”, Birds
- Hugo Wassermann with the click “Ice Design”, Impressions.
PHOTOGRAPHY LECTURE : MAY 7-8, 2016.
Within the exhibition the Bard offers a Master dedicated to increasing wildlife photography techniques, with residential mode, offering a highly qualified training with professionals, Stefano Unterthiner, world-renowned photographer and Emanuele Biggi, photographer and television presenter: info (link).
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