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Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd visits the Thames Barrier for World Environment Day. #WED2015 #BackClimateAction

Congratulations to Aman Kapoor - a runner-up in our #BackClimateAction image competition and winner of a pair of tickets to the @natural_history_museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and @gettyimages Year in Focus book. Aman won for his image illustrating the need for education as an essential element of the global response to climate change - taken in Chandigarh, India

For full details of the winner and runners-up, please visit: www.gov.uk/DECC

Congratulations to Anna Warner - a runner-up in our #BackClimateAction image competition and winner of a pair of tickets to the @natural_history_museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and @gettyimages Year in Focus book. Anna won with her image of her family riding their bikes in the countryside, demonstrating a call to think local in our acts against climate change - taken in Royston, England

For full details of the winner and runners-up, please visit: www.gov.uk/DECC

Congratulations to Armand Hough - a runner-up in our #BackClimateAction image competition and winner of a pair of tickets to the @natural_history_museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and @gettyimages Year in Focus book. Armand won for his image of a boy playing in the flood water of an informal settlement in Cape Town, South Africa

For full details of the winner and runners-up, please visit: www.gov.uk/DECC

Congratulations to Suzanne Morris - a runner-up in our #BackClimateAction image competition and winner of a pair of tickets to the @natural_history_museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and @gettyimages Year in Focus book. Suzanne won for her image using monopoly houses to depict the impact climate change will have on the lives of future generations - taken in Northamptonshire, England.

For full details of the winner and runners-up, please visit: www.gov.uk/DECC

Congratulations to Leanne Hughes - a runner-up in our #BackClimateAction image competition and winner of a pair of tickets to the @natural_history_museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and @gettyimages Year in Focus book. Leanne won for her image depicting the impact of a changing climate and a call for more renewable energy sources - taken in Anglesey, Wales.

For full details of the winner and runners-up, please visit: www.gov.uk/DECC

Congratulations to Stephanie Vandagriff - a runner-up in our #BackClimateAction image competition and winner of a pair of tickets to the @natural_history_museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and @gettyimages Year in Focus book. Stephanie won for her powerful image of a man suffering from Tickborne disease in California - with milder winters each year, more people are getting infected with Tick Borne diseases as they go out and about more in the warmer weather, increasing their exposure to ticks.

For full details of the winner and runners-up, please visit: www.gov.uk/DECC

Our #BackClimateAction image competition winner is James Alexander with his striking image of the devastating impact #climatechange is having in the Horn of Africa. James’ moving entry of a mummified zebra carcass in Kenya was selected by the judges for its haunting and stark message of the consequences of climate change. Congratulations @JamesAlexanderPhotos - he wins a photography masterclass with @gettyimages and a boat trip to photograph an offshore wind farm off the coast of Teesside, UK.
For full details of the winner and runners-up, please visit: www.gov.uk/DECC

Thanks for all your entries so far! There's just 2 hours left to enter our #BackClimateAction image competition & show us what #climatechange means to you in a photo. Enter before 5pm (GMT) today to be in with a chance of winning a photography master class with @gettyimages & boat trip to photograph an offshore wind farm off the Teesside coast!
Photo: Skipsea, Yorkshire, England. Copyright: Toby Smith for DECC/Getty Images Reportage
Full #competition details at https://bit.ly/BCAPic

Could tackling climate change alter the way we travel? Does climate change mean jumping on your bike instead of getting in the car? Take part in our #BackClimateAction image competition & show us before Friday to be in with a chance of winning our top first prize - a photography masterclass with @gettyimages & boat trip to photograph a wind farm off the Teesside coast!
Please read the full competition details and T&C’s before entering: bit.ly/BCAPic Competition closes this Friday, 6 March.
#igersUK #igers #competition #photocompetition #climatechange

Do you #BackClimateAction because of the threats posed to sea life by warming, acidifying oceans? Tell your #climatechange story & enter our #BackClimateAction image competition before Friday to be in with a chance of winning our top first #prize - a photography masterclass with @gettyimages & boat trip to photograph a wind farm off the Teesside coast!

Photograph: Billingsgate market, London. Copyright: Toby Smith for DECC/Getty Images Reportage

Please read the full competition details and T&C's before entering: bit.ly/BCAPic Competition closes this Friday, 6 March.

#igersUK #igers #competition #photocompetition

Homes perched on a rapidly eroding cliff along the Yorkshire coastline, worsened by rising sea levels and increased frequency of storms as the climate continues to change. Photography copyright: Toby Smith for DECC/Getty Images Reportage
Do you #BackClimateAction to protect your home? What does climate change mean to you? If you can sum it up in a photo, take part in the #BackClimateAction image competition. You've got until Friday this week to enter to be in with a chance of winning a photography master class with @gettyimages Find all the details at https://bit.ly/BCAPic
For Inspiration follow @everydayclimatechange - photographers around the world documenting #climatechange

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