Land Rover Launches 2021 Earth Photo Challenge

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Photographers, rejoice! Land Rover has launched the 2021 Earth Photo Challenge with help from the Royal Geographical Society. The British carmaker’s lead designer Amy Frascella will also join the voting panel.

There will be five award categories: People, Place, Nature, Changing Forests and A Climate of Change. Last year, a whopping 2,600 entries were received.

Amy Frascella said: “People are increasingly aware of their impact on the planet; from the things they buy to what they eat and how they live. Land Rover continues to develop more responsible, sustainable material options, such as premium alternatives to leather and recycled polymers for our interiors.”

Entries will be taken from around the globe and photographs and videos should be taken when its safe to do so. Further details can be found on

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