Have you seen the finalist photos? A qualified jury helped us to select them and now we need your vote to decide which will be the winners.
The Third IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Photo contest is reaching its end. The registration period closed on July 8, and a jury conformed by six worldwide recognized photographers helped us to select the finalists.
As a result of the first evaluation round, the five Individual Photos and five Series of Photos for each category, Wild Beauty and Changing World, that received the highest rating from the Jury have been selected as finalists. Thus, 58 photographs (including five series of photos for each category) will now move on to a second round of voting that will help us determine the winners.
Congratulations to all the finalists and thank you to everyone who participated! We received a wonderful selection of photographs from all over the world.
Now we invite everyone to participate in the selection of the winners, by voting for your favorite photograph in each one of the modalities for each of the two categories. The voting will take place through our web site.
Register your vote here, by selecting the appropriate contest (Third IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Photo Contest) and following the instructions indicated there. You have until August 24 to vote!
The finalist photographs selected in the first evaluation round will be part of a Photo Exhibition at the IUCN World Conservation Congress, to be held 1-10 September 2016 in Hawai'i. Furthermore, the winners of the contest will be publicly announced during this global event, on September 3 at 19:00 local time. Afterward, the winners will be announced through our social networks (Facebook, Twitter e Instagram) and website.
We hope to have your support in this last evaluation round and in the promotion of the ecosystems of the world. Do not forget to invite your friends and acquaintances to also vote for their favorite photos!
Provita Jul 29, 2016
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