Scarcity-Waste: Syngenta Photography Award Highlights Global Environmental Issues

Through compelling imagery, the Syngenta Photography Award aims to draw attention and stimulate dialogue around key global challenges. This year's photo competition explores the the topic of scarcity and waste to raise awareness about the world’s increasing demand for natural resources. Winners of this year's award will exhibit their images in March 2015 at Somerset House, one of London’s most celebrated arts and culture venues. Pictured: Pedro Armestre, "Neumaticos" (2009), SeseƱa, Toledo, Spain.
Camille Michel, “Abandonment” (2014), Uummannaq, Greenland

Gregg Segal, “7 Days of Garbage (date unknown), Altadena, California

Benedikt Partenheimer, “Shiziazhuang, Aqi 360″ (2014), Shiziazhuang, China

Mustafah Abdulaziz, "Grey Bush" (2012), Freetown, Sierra Leone

Susana Raab, "Too Long at the Fair, McArthur Ohio" (2014), McArthur, Ohio, 2014

 Mandy Barker, “SOUP – Refused” (date unknown), Leeds, England

Visit the website to find out more about the photo competition.