Focus on One Planet Living in Oxfordshire
Calling all amateur photographers, young and old! As part of this year’s Oxford Green Week, we’re asking those keen to get behind a lens to take a photo of anything that means One Planet Living to you.
One Planet Living is a vision of a world where people enjoy happy, healthy lives within the natural limits of the planet, leaving space for wildlife and wilderness.
The deadline is midnight on June 9. You can submit up to three photos themed on one or several of our One Planet principles.
- Submit your photos here (image files must be 200 dpi and between 1MB and 3MB. File format must be either JPEG or TIFF.
- Competition Terms and Conditions.
And we have some fabulous prizes for the winners:
- Adults (18+) = 2 tickets for a Renault Twizy electric car tour around the stunning Blenheim Palace grounds, plus a selection of locally sourced food.
- Kids (5-17) = Paid adoption of a vulnerable animal – choose from tigers, elephants, dolphins, orangutans, polar bears and more! You’ll get a cuddly toy of your chosen animal, a fact pack filled with facts, bookmarks and stickers, and regular updates about how you’re making a difference. Plus, you’ll also get a selection of sustainable products and snacks.
- AND the two winners will be featured at the front of a digital photo album where all the shots everyone submits will be presented. We’ll present the prizes at our One Planet Oxfordshire celebratory event in Oxford Green Week on June 12, so make sure to be free… Winners’ photographs will be also be displayed in Bioregional’s 25th anniversary photography exhibition at a prestigious venue in London throughout the month of July.
The winning photos will be those that are judged to be most visually appealing. You can get really creative with your shots – look out for some inspiration from us in the new few weeks…
We can’t wait to see your photos – so get snapping!
OPL Equity and Local Economy principle: Aspire Oxford which supports homeless and disadvantaged people in Oxfordshire to find employment through work experience. Photo credit: David Brugman
OPL Materials & Products principle: Elliot from Oxford Wood Recycles. Photo credit: David Brugman.
OPL Health and Happiness principle: The GoodGym runners combining an evening run with doing some gardening at Flo’s – The Place in the Park. Photo credit: David Brugman
OPL Travel and Transport principle: Caitlin from the Broken Spoke. Photo credit: David Brugman
OPL Culture and Community principle: Conductor Charles Lloyd with the very talented Oxfordshire Youth Big Band, on the night of one of their concerts. Photo credit: David Brugman
OPL Local and sustainable food principle: Rosie Jacobs, Maisie Johnson, Becks Sutton from Cultivate Oxford at Summertown Farmersmarket. Photo credit: David Brugman
OPL Zero Waste principle: James Mayo is the manager of Orinoco – The Oxfordshire Scrapstore. Photo credit: David Brugman
OPL Zero Carbon Energy principle: Tim Nicholson from Renewable Energy Co-operative (R-ECO) installing solar panels near Florence Park. Photo credit: David Brugman.