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A series of photographic exhibitions have been organized in Europe and North America this autumn to highlight a campaign by Britain's Prince Charles to combat tropical deforestation.

The photographs were taken by world-renowned environment photographer Daniel Beltra who was this year's winner of the Prince's Rainforest Project Award at the Sony World Photography Awards earlier this year.

The images graphically depict the effects of climate change on the rainforests in the South America, Africa and Indonesia.

Beltra compiled a library of around 40,000 images during month long trips to the Amazon Basin, the Congolese Forest and Borneo and Sumatra in Southeast Asia.

When he returned home Beltra produced a shortlist of around 1000 images from which the final exhibition photos were selected. Read full article »

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