2010: One Earth Award
This award highlights conservation issues or actions and the interaction between humans and the natural world. Images must demonstrate the power and resilience of our planet and its impact on us. Whether graphic or symbolic, each picture must be thought provoking, memorable and encourage respect or concern for our natural world.
Winner Turtle in trouble Jordi ChiasView
Runner-up The last cut Daniel BeltráView
Specially Commended Sacrifice Steve WinterView
Highly Commended Tears of blood Brian SkerryView
Highly Commended Pot shot Sandesh KadurView
Highly Commended The hidden plague Joel SartoreView
Highly Commended Desecration in paradise Thomas HaiderView
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