"Love Planet.photo": we’re all climate ambassadors at COP 21 with Paris Match

For COP 21, the weekly magazine Paris Match is inviting amateur and professional photographers around the world to participate in the "Love Planet.photo" challenge. Veolia is supporting the initiative.

We are all invited to take photos of our planet and share them on the dedicated website www.materre.photos: landscapes to be protected, the effects of climate change, environmental solutions… personal stories aimed at raise people’s awareness about the need to protect “their planet”.
The best photos will be published in Paris Match. A book, which will contain all the photos posted online taken by "the planet’s ambassadors", will be distributed to the 195 official COP 21 delegations and all the heads of state present, in the hope of convincing them about the mobilization of all, and of the need to act quickly to limit the temperature increase to 2°C.

Veolia is involved in the “Love Planet.photo” challenge

As of 21 September, Veolia employees are being asked to publish their own photos on the platform “Love Planet.photo” through an internal competition. In the run-up to COP 21, the Group would like to mobilize its 179,000 employees who are working every day to protect, renew and expand access to resources, and show the planet as they perceive it.

> Read Antoine Frérot’s interview in Paris Match (8 July 2015, French only)