Photo contest exposes impact of human actions on the environment

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The British NGO Ciwem (Institute for Environment and Water Management) presented last week, during the UN climate summit, the result of the 2019 Environment Photographer of the Year award.

The competition aims to expose the impacts of human actions on the planet and inspire change by political leaders and the population.

The big winner this year was a photograph of a flood in India by SL Shanth Kumar.

Images were also honored in five other categories.

See some of the winners and finalists.

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