Environmental Photography Award 2022 (Bilingual edition)

Foundation Prince Albert II of Monaco


A Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation Award


ISBN: 9782370742032 Category:


While neither denying the great challenges that await us nor concealing the damage inflicted by Man on Nature, the photographs selected for the second edition of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation’s Environmental Photography Award reveal the incredible beauty that our Planet harbours, from the polar regions to the depths of the ocean, or even nestled in the heart of ancestral forests.

By reflecting on our relationship towards nature and interrelation between human health and planetary health, the photographers invite us on a journey through images and deliver a message of hope; that together we can still act in a meaningful way, if we join forces to limit the effects of climate change and promote the resilience of ecosystems. The Award is divided among several categories, with a winner for each: Humanity versus Nature, Towards a Sustainable Future, Beneath the Canopy, and Polar Wonders.

This book presents opposite every photo, the photographers testimonie, which encourage us to change, to innovate, to invent sustainable solutions to better rethink our lives and our economies.

They reveal a real “field of possibilities” for new generations who aspire to a more harmonious relationship with Nature. It is up to every one of us to make this world, where we would coexist in a more responsible and prosperous way, possible. Now is the time for action.

Additional information

Weight 872 g
Dimensions 25.9 x 29.5 cm
Publisher name Editions Skira Paris
Publication date 13 April 2023
Number of pages 104
Format Hardback
Dimensions 25.9 x 29.5 cm
Weight 872 g


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Founded in 2006 by HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Foundation is a global non-profit organisation committed to progressing planetary health for current and future generations by co-creating initiatives and supporting hundreds of projects across our precious planet. The jury of this second edition of the Award, presided by Daisy Gilardini, conservation photographer who specializes in the Polar Regions, is composed of photographers and photojournalists of international renown: Ragnar Axelsson, Laurent Ballesta, Nick Danziger, Fredrick Dharshie Wissah, Sergio Pitamitz, Kathleen Ricker and Ami Vitale.